Newspaper article Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)

Chandler Cuts Ribbon at New Water Treatment Plant

Newspaper article Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)

Chandler Cuts Ribbon at New Water Treatment Plant

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The Town of Chandler and Chandler Utilities broke ground Aug. 27, 2010 on its new $5.8 million water treatment plant. Today, the new plant is fully operational. It is located in Newburgh and will replace the existing plant that was built in three phases beginning in 1962.

Chandler Utilities provides drinking water to nearly 7,000 customers in southwest and central Warrick County. The utility is located in the rapidly growing area east of Evansville and adjacent to I-164.

Chandler Town Board President, Brian Lucas, acknowledged the years of effort by many people on behalf of the Town.

"The new water treatment plant is an important piece of Chandler's economic development strategy," said Lucas. "I'm confident that the plant will provide reliable water, but also lead to job creation."

In addition to allowing Chandler Utilities to expand its capacity, the new water treatment plant includes new technology called catalytic media designed to remove high levels of iron and manganese at a low cost. …

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