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Lohman’s Pump Station Expansion

The Lohman’s pump station has been upgraded with new, larger pumps to increase wastewater transport capacity. The emergency diesel generator was also upgraded to be able to supply power to the station during a power outage.

 

Eck Water Treatment Plant Improvements

This project will replace the raw water hoses bringing surface water from Lake Travis to the Water Treatment Plant, make modifications to the filtrate line and pressure sustaining valves to provide better resiliency to customers.

 

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Mansfield Water Treatment Plant Facility Expansion 

This water treatment plant is having its’ capacity increased from 6 million gallons per day (MGD) to 12MGD for treatment. This project will be ongoing into 2023 and will increase the resiliency and ability to meet the increasing water demands throughout the district.

 

Apache Shores- Red Fox No.1 Waterline Improvements

This aging waterline replacement has been completed as part of the ongoing process to improve service to WCID No. 17 customers.

 

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Flintrock Golf Course Irrigation Expansion 

With the expansion of the Flintrock Estates Defined Area Wastewater Treatment Plant (FWWTP), this project will increase the District’s ability to dispose of effluent-reuse water from the FWWTP. This will also allow WCID No. 17 to be able to continually support the increased growth in the southern part of the District and save the area  200-500 thousand gallons of potable water per day.

 


Steiner Lift Station 4 Improvements

The Steiner Lift Station 4 was rehabilitated to repair and replace old and aging wastewater equipment to ensure the ability to provide the best possible service to our customers.

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Steiner Ranch Wastewater Treatment Plant Headworks Improvements

Headwork improvements at the wastewater treatment plant are the initial stage of the process to reduce the level of pollutants in the incoming domestic and industrial wastewater to a level that will allow the treated wastewater to be discharged as effluent water.  The Steiner Ranch Headworks are aging and in need of repair and the new headworks system will be much more efficient and increase the overall efficiency of the wastewater treatment plant in Steiner Ranch. This project is ongoing into 2022.

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