Wastewater Reclamation Project

The City of West University Place is working toward improving economic, environmental, and social sustainability in relation to the City’s water system. The Wastewater Reclamation Project creates an additional revenue source for the City by selling the treated effluent to an end user versus dumping water to Braes Bayou as well as reducing the demand on regional potable water supplies.

Public Process and Engagement

September 14, 2020 - Council held an initial discussion on matters related to Wastewater Reclamation and Wastewater Treatment Plant Flood Protection Studies. 

Water Supply & Reuse Study Presentation Slides

October 11, 2021 - Council discussion in relation to an update on the City's Wastewater Reuse. Public Works Director Barrera and Michael Moriarty, Project Manager with Kimley-Horn presented final update for the Preliminary Engineering Report for the Wastewater Reuse. 

Reclaimed Water Preliminary Engineering Report Presentation Slides

As of October 11, 2022, this project is on hold until further notice.

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If you have any specific questions regarding the Milton Street Water Line Project please contact Assistant Public Works Director Danny Cameron by telephone at 713.662.5846 or by email at dcameron@westutx.gov.