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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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Pretreatment Technician Trainee

South Valley Water Reclamation Facility is accepting applications for a Pretreatment Technician Trainee. This position monitors commerical and industrial users, inspects permitted commerical users, maintain current, accurate, and complete related records and files, develop and maintain positive working relationships with business owners, architects, engineers, and developers during inspections.

Applicant must be a high school graduate or equivalent, must maintain a valid Utah driver's license and must obtain a Grade 1 wastewater certificate within 18 months from date of employment. This is a full time position with benefits. Annual Salary: $31,767.

Physical/Drug testing is required....

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Plant a Garden

Plant a Garden

Summer begins on June 20 this year, so this is an excellent time to begin thinking about a summer garden. A garden can transform a drab yard into a showplace. As you think about your garden, take advantage of all the resources available, and plan before you plant.

First, it is helpful to know some flower basics . . . 

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