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WF City Council Moving Water Projects Along

With Wichita Falls on the edge of hitting the trigger for stage four water restrictions, the city wants to make sure everything is in place so the water reuse projects can start on time.
With Wichita Falls on the edge of hitting the trigger for stage four water restrictions, the city wants to make sure everything is in place so the water reuse projects can start on time.

Part of that is making sure the micro-filtration system is up to date.

Tuesday, city councilors will be voting to authorize the purchase of micro-filtration membrane parts from Siemans.

The cost of the project is expected to cost a little over 100- thousand- dollars.

These parts are expected to be in place by November first so testing the system can begin.

Testing must be completed before the water reuse projects can begin.

The Emergency Water Reuse Project is expected to be up and running in the spring of 2014.


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