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South Treatment Plant - King County, Washington

South plant, located in Renton, is part of King County's regional wastewater treatment system. South plant treats wastewater from homes and businesses coming from cities located east and south of Lake Washington. Approximately 90 million gallons a day (mgd) of wastewater is treated at this facility during the dry months and up to about 300 mgd ... More

Water - City of Renton - Renton, Washington

For emergencies such as leaky water meters, no water, broken pipes, or flooding of residential streets or businesses, call 425-430-7400. After 3:30 p.m. or on weekends, contact the Renton Police Department’s non-emergency number at 425-430-7500, option #8. For questions or inquiries about a water bill, contact the Utility Billing Section at ... More

Waterworks Gardens - King County, Washington

Waterworks Gardens. Waterworks Gardens is a public park next to King County's South Treatment Plant in Renton, Washington. This is a place where art, technology and nature join in a unique way. Along with trails, public art, native plants and wildlife, the ponds and marshes of Waterworks Gardens filter and clean stormwater from the treatment ... More

Wastewater Utility Engineering - City of Renton

For households hooked up to the public sanitary sewer system, anything flushed down the toilets or household drains is treated by King County at their South Treatment Plant in Renton. For odor issues at the treatment plant, please contact King County directly at the 24-hour Odor Control Hotline at 206-263-1760. More

The Impact of Renton Wastewater Treatment Plant on Water ...

Part II: The Impact of Effluent from the Renton Wastewater Treatment Plant on the Dissolved Oxygen Regimen of the Lower Green/Duwamish River. REQUEST A COPY The mission of the Department of Ecology is to protect, preserve, and enhance Washington’s environment. More

Cedar Water Treatment - Utilities | seattle.gov

The Cedar Water Treatment Facility started operation in 2004 and treats up to 180 million gallons of water per day from the Cedar River and Lake Youngs. It provides about two-thirds of the water for Seattle and its regional customers. The facility relies on both time-tested and innovative techniques to supply high-quality drinking water. More

Cedar River Water & Sewer District – Cedar River Water ...

Cedar River Water & Sewer District – Cedar River Water & Sewer District. Cedar River Water & Sewer District. Effective Monday June 28, 2021. The District Office will be open and will return to normal business hours. Monday – Friday. 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM. Phone: 425-255-6370. Email: custsvc@crwsd.com. More

Permitting and Reporting Information System - Wa

Permits as of 7/9/2021 - Bold Records Indicate Active Permits. Click the version number to view the permit documents associated with the permit. Permit Number. Type. Version. Effective Date. Expiration Date. ST0007445. Reclaimed Water IP. More

Water System - Utilities | seattle.gov

The water is released back into the river, and continues flowing to the Landsburg diversion dam. At Landsburg, a portion of the water is diverted from the river into two large pipelines which run over seven miles to Lake Youngs Reservoir in Renton. From Lake Youngs, water is pumped a short distance to the Cedar Water Treatment Facility. More