Construction Starts On Surface Water Treatment Plant


News: Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency (WDCWA) has commenced construction work on a new regional surface water treatment plant in California, US, which will replace deteriorating groundwater supplies with safe, more reliable surface water supplies from the Sacramento River. WDCWA awarded the USD141mn contract for the design, construction and long-term operation of the facility to CH2M HILL. On completion, the project will divert around 45,000 acre-feet of water annually from the river and supply 30mn gallons of water a day to the cities of Woodland and Davis. The water treatment plant is expected to open in Q416.

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Sector: Infrastructure, Water
Geography: United States