Phase 2 of Water Project Renewing River Health in Hopewell, Virginia
The Hopewell Phase 2 nitrogen reduction project has earned a Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Virginia
. In 2012 Phase 1 of this project separated domestic wastewater from industrial. Now, Phase 2 will reduce the total discharge of nitrogen into the James River. This project, completed 4 months ahead of schedule and $14 million under budget, will allow the Chesapeake Bay to remain America's largest and most productive tributary for decades to come!
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Or contact Herbert Bragg, Director, Intergovernmental & Public Affairs, City of Hopewell
Phone: (804) 541-2270