90 Years of Safeguarding Public Health

What do Rome, the Indus Valley civilizations and Charlotte have in common? They were all cities that thrived due to the installation of water and wastewater infrastructure. Without clean water to drink and sanitation systems, people fell prey to disease. Before Irwin and Sugar Creek wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) were built, Charlotte residents dumped raw... Continue Reading →

What’s So Cool About the Vest Water Treatment Plant?

Charlotte is not known for its historic buildings. It's been said by many that Charlotte bulldozes its history, but that is not always the case. One of our very own buildings, the Vest Water Treatment Plant (Vest), has been considered a historic landmark by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission. This 1920's architectural style building has been a... Continue Reading →

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