As climate change increases the likelihood of prolonged drought, Texas communities are turning to potable reuse as a sustainable and resilient water source. The City of El Paso has partnered with Carollo to construct the first direct-to-distribution direct potable reuse facility in the U.S. Carollo planned, designed, and is currently providing construction management services for the Advanced Water Purification Facility — a 15-year project in the making, which is anticipated to be completed by 2027.
In the latest edition of Water Environment & Technology magazine, Carollo Project Manager Sanaan Villalobos discusses how this project came to life and the positive impacts it will have on the El Paso community.
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