Residuals Management & Recycle Pump Station

Residuals Management & Recycle Pump Station at Water Treatment Plant

Project Manager

Water Utilities Engineering / David Barth, P.E.

SUA Project No. 18WT01

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What We're Doing

The City of Stillwater and the Stillwater Utilities Authority will be replacing the Recycle Water Pump Station, which is in disrepair. The Recycle Water Pump Station pumps previously treated water, stored in the lagoons, back to the raw water tank.

Part of this project includes an evaluation of the lagoons and developing a Residuals Management Plan.

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Benefits of the Project

The new pump station will allow us to better manage the recycle water process and recycle as much water as allowed by the state. This improvement along with the Residuals Management Plan will help us better manage the lagoon storage and plan for future growth of our system. 

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Project Management


October 26, 2017: The project is underway and we are currently in the consultant selection process. 

February 27, 2018: Carollo Engineers has been selected for the project. The design for the new water line connection is nearly complete, and a request for quotes will be sent to contractors soon. The scope for the residuals management plan, recycle pump station, and lagoon rehabilitation is still being negotiated.

July 13, 2018: The City received 3 quotes for the work; the lowest was Cimarron Construction Company. Staff are currently reviewing the quotes and deciding when to issue Notice to Proceed.

Actions Authorized by Stillwater Utilities Authority (SUA)


recycle pump station showing rusted and old pumps