Our award-winning water reclamation system consists of four major treatment plants:
Lakeview Regional Water Reclamation Plant
Located in the City of Lake Dallas in Denton County, is an
that provides wastewater treatment for all or a portion of the following nine communities: Town of Bartonville, City of Corinth, Denton County Fresh Water Supply District No. 7 (Lantana), Town of Double Oak, Town of Hickory Creek, City of Highland Village, City of Lake Dallas, Town of Shady Shores and a portion of unincorporated Denton County. The original Lakeview Plant was purchased from the Lake Cities Municipal Utilities Authority in 1996. Today, the plant is a 5.5 million-gallons-per-day (MGD) advanced treatment facility.
The Northeast Water Reclamation System
Includes the Riverbend, Peninsula, and Doe Branch Water Reclamation Plants.
Can process up to 4.0 MGD and was originally constructed in 2003. The
provides wastewater treatment for Mustang Special Utility District, the Town of Providence Village and Denton County Fresh Water Supply District No. 8 & 11 (Paloma Creek).
Began service in 2003 and provides wastewater treatment for the City of Oak Point and the Mustang Special Utility District. This
can treat up to 0.94 MGD and is currently under construction to
to 2.0 MGD.
Doe Branch Plant
Located near Savannah, and was originally constructed and placed in service in 2016. Currently rated at 4.0 MGD,
Doe Branch Plant provides wastewater treatment for the City of Celina, Town of Prosper, Mustang Special Utility District, and Denton County Fresh Water Supply District No. 10 (Savannah, Artesia, Arrowbrooke). Design work has begun to
of Doe Branch to 8.0 MGD.
In addition to our plants, we have approximately 22 miles of wastewater pipeline. Some of these are force mains (pressurized to move wastewater) and some flow naturally with gravity. We also operate 7 lift stations to move the wastewater to treatment.