Mesa moving on massive pipeline for more water

By Scott Schumaker | East Valley Tribune

Mesa city officials have been talking about the Central Mesa Reuse Pipeline for years, and the big infrastructure project may take a step closer to reality tomorrow, June 20, when City Council will consider selecting a contractor for the project and awarding $3 million for preconstruction services.

When finished, the planned 3-foot-wide underground pipeline would move millions of gallons of reclaimed wastewater a day 10 miles south from the Northwest Wastewater treatment plant at Thomas Road and Val Vista Drive for ultimate delivery to the Gila River Indian Community’s agricultural fields.

With an estimated $90 million price tag, the project is a major undertaking, both financially and in terms of public inconvenience during construction, which could last up to two years.

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