LA CROSSE, Wis. - May 20, 2021 - La Crosse city officials celebrated a groundbreaking on Tuesday, May 18, kicking off the new $68 million infrastructure project at the La Crosse Isle La Plume Wastewater Treatment Facility. The site provides stabilization of wastewater discharges from the City of La Crosse as well as the municipal partners of La Crescent, Campbell, Shelby and Onalaska. The start of this project marks a major milestone in regional collaboration for reliability improvements with additional upgrades for regulatory changes, energy efficiency, future capacity and flood resiliency.
C.D. Smith is proud to perform the construction work and be a part of building the facility for implementing new technology that will help do the important job of cleaning the water, improving the environment and protecting the great citizens of La Crosse. The project is expected to take about three years to complete.
Date: May 20, 2021 | Author: Nick Beil
Discover additional information about the City of La Crosse Wastewater Treatment Facility Expansion Project from recent local news media broadcasts and articles, linked here and below: LA CROSSE INVESTING IN WASTEWATER FACILITY UPGRADES, NEW WASTEWATER PROJECT BREAKS GROUND IN LA CROSSE, GROUNDBREAKING HELD IN LA CROSSE FOR WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADE PROJECT, CITY BREAKS GROUND ON $68 MILLION EXPANSION OF WASTE WATER TREATMENT FACILITY.
LA CROSSE INVESTING IN WASTEWATER FACILITY UPGRADES | May 19, 2021 FOX2548 & WIProud.com
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – City leaders in La Crosse are hoping to make waste operations more environmentally friendly and cost-efficient. First News at Nine’s Alex Loroff describes the changes being made to the city’s wastewater treatment facility... (Link to watch the video and read news transcript.)
NEW WASTEWATER PROJECT BREAKS GROUND IN LA CROSSE | May 18, 2021 WXOW.COM
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - La Crosse is set to welcome a new project at the wastewater treatment facility. Crews broke ground today at the City of La Crosse wastewater treatment site for a $68 million infrastructure reinvestment project. This new project will help provide an energy-efficient...(Link to watch video broadcast.)
GROUNDBREAKING HELD IN LA CROSSE FOR WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADE PROJECT | May 18, 2021 WKTB-TV / News8000.com
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) -Some upgrades are on the way for La Crosse’s Waste Water Treatment Plant project. A groundbreaking was Tuesday afternoon to kick off work... (Link to watch the video and read news transcript.)
CITY BREAKS GROUND ON $68 MILLION EXPANSION OF WASTE WATER TREATMENT FACILITY | May 18, 2021 The Courier / lacrossetribune.com
The roughly $68 million expansion at the La Crosse Isle La Plume Wastewater Treatment Facility has officially begun, marking the start of a project that aims to make the city’s waste operations more environmentally and cost-efficient... (Link to the article to continue reading.)
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