EPCOR starts expansion to San Tan water plant

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents landowners and homebuilders working with the ACC and ADEQ to solve water and sewer utility issues in the San Tan Valley area.)

By YourValley

This month, EPCOR is beginning construction on a project to add capacity to the Pecan Water Reclamation Plant (WRP) and replace the existing headworks.

According to a press release, this is one of EPCOR’s most urgent wastewater priorities for San Tan customers, and it is on an accelerated timeline to complete it by first-quarter 2022 before the highest-flow months next winter.

The current Pecan WRP is a 3 million gallons per day Biological Nutrient Removal facility in the northern part of EPCOR’s San Tan service area, adjacent to the Queen Creek Wash.

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