WAYNE CITY WATER TREATMENT PLANT BEGINS PRODUCING WATER
It’s official! The new, fully-automated Wayne City Water Treatment Plant has begun producing water.
The Village of Wayne City partnered with Hampton, Lenzini and Renwick, Inc. (HLR) in 2018 to help design and construct a new water treatment plant to replace its old plant, which was inefficient and almost entirely manual. HLR was involved with the Village of Wayne City Water Treatment Plant project from the beginning, from writing the Preliminary Engineering Report, securing funding through USDA Rural Development, and permitting, to obtaining design approval.
The new water treatment plant is housed in a compact 5,400-sq. ft. pre-manufactured steel building with an attached 2,100-sq. ft. chemical storage building and 1,200-sq. ft. office and lab building. In addition to serving the Village of Wayne City, the plant also serves two community water systems and is entirely automated to help the Village save on treatment and utility costs.
Congratulations to everyone who worked so hard to bring this project to life! Click here to read more about how HLR offers experience and expertise in the water/wastewater industry.