Idaho Springs officials dedicate Idaho Springs' Water Resource Reclamation Facility

Posted 1/12/22

On Jan. 7, Idaho Springs Mayor Mike Hillman and other city officials dedicated Idaho Springs' Water Resource Reclamation Facility at 980 County Road 314. The newly expanded wastewater treatment plant has enough capacity to serve all the city's current residential, commercial, and industrial customers; and an anticipated buildout population of 3,537 people.

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Idaho Springs officials dedicate Idaho Springs' Water Resource Reclamation Facility

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On Jan. 7, Idaho Springs Mayor Mike Hillman and other city officials dedicated Idaho Springs' Water Resource Reclamation Facility at 980 County Road 314. The newly expanded wastewater treatment plant has enough capacity to serve all the city's current residential, commercial, and industrial customers; and an anticipated buildout population of 3,537 people.

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