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$1.7B EchoWater Plant Upgrades Completed on Time, Under Budget

The recently upgraded EchoWater Resource Recovery Facility employs biological nutrient removal and filtration to comply with strict wastewater discharge limits. (Image courtesy of Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District)After more than ten years, Regional San has completed upgrades to its EchoWater Resource Recovery Facility – the second-largest of its kind in the United States – on time and under budget. The upgraded facility will produce clean, treated water that meets strict nutrient limits for discharge into the Sacramento River, as well as for non-potable reuse in agricultural irrigation. Carollo led design for several aspects of the multi-phased, $1.7B project, which constitutes the largest public works project completed in the Sacramento region.

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