Public meeting scheduled for Clearwater's 2nd Reverse-Osmosis Water Plant | News
Clearwater, Florida -- The City of Clearwater is expanding its water system to improve the future of our water. Plans are currently underway to build the city's second reverse osmosis water treatment plant.
The facility, which will be located at 21133 U.S. Highway 19 N., will treat brackish water using state-of-the-art technology to produce additional potable water for Clearwater customers. This project will impact all residents.
Having a second reverse osmosis water treatment plant, which produces potable drinking water from brackish water, will help the city increase its drinking water production capabilities.
Residents are invited to attend a public meeting hosted by the city to provide input on the project and learn about its benefits and impacts.
Meeting specifics are as follows:
- Tuesday, April 3
- 4 to 6:30 p.m.
- Fire Training Facility at Fire Station #48, 9/11 Room, 1700 N. Belcher Road, Clearwater
Construction is expected to begin in January 2013.
To learn more about the benefits of reverse osmosis water production or the city's water supply in general, visit www.myclearwater.com or call the Public Utilities Department at (727) 562-4960.