Welcome to the Davenport Recycled Water Project!


The Davenport Recycled Water Project (DRWP) is a project to upgrade the existing wastewater treatment plant in Davenport. This project will upgrade the Davenport County Sanitation District’s wastewater treatment plant by dredging accumulated solids in the treatment lagoon, installing alarms for the filtration and disinfection processes, and adding redundancy for coagulant and hypochlorite dosing. The project also consists of the construction of a storage pond for treated water, which will allow adjacent farmers to use recycled water for irrigation.


Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Update November 1, 2017


Spiess Construction is continuing to work at the existing treatment plant. Dredging operations of the existing lagoon are scheduled to begin the week of November 13th and should last about a month. Residents may see an increase in truck traffic during this time as the dredged material is hauled away.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Update September 27, 2017


Spiess Construction has started working at the existing treatment plant. Dredging operations have been pushed out and may start in late October.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

DRWP Update August 16, 2017


The project was awarded to Spiess Construction Company Inc. (SCCI) of Santa Maria, California. SCCI plans to start work dredging the existing wastewater lagoon in September.
 
Construction of the pond as well as jack-and-bore operations under Highway 1, will begin in the Spring.



Existing Wastewater Lagoon

Update November 1, 2017

Spiess Construction is continuing to work at the existing treatment plant. Dredging operations of the existing lagoon are scheduled to b...