$40M sewer construction project presented to Wheaton City Council
WHEATON – The Wheaton Sanitary District is slowly but surely moving towards beginning its $40 million sewer construction project to replace more than five miles of pipeline in Wheaton and parts of Glen Ellyn.
Members of the district and its consulting firms presented the most recent preliminary design to the Wheaton City Council on Sept. 9 and outlined its latest possible trajectory.
"We have an old sanitary sewer that's reached the end of its design life and we are in the process of making plans to make replacements that extend from the wastewater plant near Shaffner and Mack roads northeasterly into Carol Stream," Steve Maney, the executive director of district, said. "It generally follows the Winfield Creek route out from the plant."
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