One of the most amazing things about Mountain Regional Water District is that the highly trained, professional staff is able to do most of the heavy maintenance and construction of much of our new infrastructure themselves. This benefits all of us by empowering personnel which can respond to most any problem or emergency - quicklu and efficiently.
Operating the Belt Filter Press - which removes water from the plant waste sludge, to allow for proper disposal.
Close up view of the sludge coming off of the press.
Sludge falling into hopper, where a screw pumps the sludge to a waiting dump truck.
Operations staff beginning construction of a new 1.0 million gallon per day (MGD) membrane treatment expansion project.
Assembling the header of the new 1 MGD plant expansion skid.
Assembly of the piping, valving, and control system of the new skid.
Installation of the micro-filtration membrane units on the new skid.
Operators repair a roof problem at the plant.
Installing a new feed pump in the plant intake wet-well, used to feed the new 1 MGD treatment skid expansion.