As part of the Knox Chapman Utility District’s (KCUD) plan to improve water conditions in and around the Seymour area, a ceremony was held June 11 to break ground for a new project.
The new water treatment plant, which will be located at KCUD’s facility at 1905 E Governor John Sevier Hwy., is expected to provide adequate water supply for the next 40 to 50 years.
“What’s important about this new plant is it will provide much needed water to Sevier County,” said Rep. Richard Montgomery, who serves on the KCUD Board of Directors. “I’m excited about bringing help to the people of this area.”
Georgia-based Reynolds Construction will build the plant and use membrane treatment technology which is designed to provide ultra-filtration to remove particles up to 0.1 micron.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.