Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility
The average home in Pine Bluff uses 350 gallons of water every day. Area industries and businesses may require a thousand times that amount.
After use, this water becomes wastewater-unfit for further use until it has been cleaned and returned to nature’s cycle. That is the job of the Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility.
Boyd Point Renovation
Pine Bluff Wastewater’s Boyd Point Treatment Facility is being renovated throughout the summer and fall of 2010. The Wet Chemistry section will be enhanced as the building walls, floors and cabinets will be improved and the inside turns over a new leaf. A local firm has designed the upcoming new look that will give the functionality and new feel that this well utilized department needs.
How do we do it?
Before the treatment of wastewater became a standard practice, the amount of waste being released into the environment was a real hazard – the source of many life threatening diseases and the cause of dangerous pollution.
Today thanks to modern methods of collection and treatment practiced by facilities like Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility, we can all enjoy clean water and better health than ever before.