Project Updates

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Projet timeline: 2020-2022 is the Plan phase. 2022 to 2023 Is the procurement phase. 2022 to 2025 is the design phase. 2024 to 2028 is Construction. 2028 to 2029 is Commission.

Project Updates

Jan. 3, 2024

How we "Envision" Sustainability for Arlington Re-Gen

By: Jennifer Ninete and Stephanie Spalding

Sustainability is one of the most essential parts of the Arlington Re-Gen program. As we anticipate the start of design in 2024, we are looking forward to showcasing the sustainability of the upgraded solids processing facilities.

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Apr. 21, 2023

Arlington Re-Gen: Investing in our Planet

By: Mary Strawn, Chief Engineer

Happy Earth Month! Here at the Arlington Water Pollution Control Plant we treat more than 23 million gallons of wastewater each day from residences and businesses while protecting local waterbodies, including Four Mile Run, the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. This month especially, we’re reminded of our unique role as environmental stewards.

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Jan. 24, 2023

Arlington Re-Gen: A Path to Improved Sustainability

By: Antron Sutton, Bureau Chief, Arlington County Water Pollution Control Plant

Throughout my career, I have advocated for sustainable treatment processes, and as head of the Arlington County Water Pollution Control Bureau, I am proud to lead an organization that prioritizes sustainability. Innovation is at the core of our ongoing work to protect public health and the environment, and therefore I am particularly excited about the Arlington Re-Gen program.

Plant upgrades completed in 2011 enhanced the liquid treatment processes and reduced the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus discharged into County waters. We are now focusing on upgrading...

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