An upgrade to the Sioux City Wastewater Treatment Plant is underway that will reduce air emissions, improve odor control, and support our vision for a healthier city. The facility design, engineered by Bartlett & West of Des Moines, will ultimately recover methane and carbon dioxide produced through wastewater treatment and convert it into a renewable natural gas, making operations more efficient.
The project is expected to begin construction within 2018 and be operational in 2019.
Ever wonder where your water goes after you flush or turn off the tap?
Check out the following graphic that shows where your water goes after it hits the drain!