Newly constructed PFC Treatment System is operational
The capital project was commissioned in October 2018 for the purpose of removing PFC contaminants from the City’s raw water supply prior to introduction to traditional water treatment and subsequent distribution to utility customers. The discovery of the contaminants occurred after a report indicated elevated levels of PFC’s during previous monitoring well testing. At the time, city officials and staff worked diligently to isolate the issue and find a permanent solution.
“The completion of this critically important project represents our ongoing commitment in providing the very best drinking water for city residents and utility customers,” said Public Works Director, Dave Peters. “We are happy to report that the facility is operating as intended.”
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