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Water the Stuff of Life

Our Mission

At South Valley Water Reclamation Facility, we are tasked with treating wastewater 24 hours a day seven days a week 365 days a year.  We currently treat approximatley 20 million gallons of water a day.  The water discharged from this facility goes into the Jordan River and must be of a quality to meet the requirements of our NPDES permit. 

Treatment Process

Any water which you put down your sink, drain or toilet comes to our facility where the "dirty" water is treated to remove the contamination before the water is returned to the environment.  This is basically a three step process ... Learn more...

Conservation Tips

There are a number of easy ways to save water, and they all start with you. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... Learn more...

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Laboratory Technician

South Valley Water Reclamation Facility is accepting applications for a Laboratory Technician. This position is responsible for providing technical support in the chemical and biolgical analysis of water, wastewater, and sludge samples. Prepares standard solutions and equipment, completes assigned tests, helps to maintain equipment, and collects and prepares various samples. Completes records as directed & performs other duties as assigned. Starting salary: $39,069. Must have a Bachelor's degree in chemistry, microbiology or other related field. This is a fulltime position with benefits and will require working every other Saturday and Holidays. Physical/Drug testing is required....

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Drinking Water Week

Drinking Water Week

Did you know that next week, May 7-13, is Drinking Water Week? A week in which we observe the absolute vital role that drinking water plays in our daily lives. A week to celebrate WATER! This year’s theme is “Your water: To know it is to love it!” and it encourages us to get to know more about the water we drink. 

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