Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Central Weber Sewer Improvement District (CWSID) was built in 1957, offering its sewer treatment services to the residents of Weber and Davis Counties in Northern Utah. The plant serves a population of approximately 213,000 people (MWH Global 2012). The State of Utah Division of Water Quality permits the CWSID. Originally, Central Weber Sewer Improvement District had a rated wastewater treatment capacity of 45 million gallons per day (MGD) (MWH Global 2014). This wastewater treatment was built in 1959. Due to the population growth of the Weber and Davis counties, Central Weber Sewer Improvement District needed to add additional wastewater treatment capacity into the existing system.
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