Town of Clayton Water Reclamation Program

Our Water Reclamation History

The town's current wastewater treatment plant, with a history spanning 55 years, is approaching obsolescence. The limitations of the existing site, characterized by insufficient space for substantial improvements or expansions, and its inability to accommodate the rising demands of regional growth, necessitate a transformative solution. 

The town's newest addition, under construction wastewater treatment facility represents a significant step forward, not only in terms of capacity but also environmental conscientiousness. This modernized facility will be equipped with state-of-the-art processes and cutting-edge equipment, tailored to align with the requirements of our growing local business sector and the expanding needs of our community. 


Currently under construction, this facility will be capable of treating six million gallons of wastewater per day (MGD) of residential, commercial, and industrial flows. The site is also home to other wastewater infrastructure. The Thalle Construction Company is the general contractor; they have mobilized and started construction.

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