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Public Health

 

Public Health is at the core of City services and the incredible quality of life that exists in our community. The foundation of the City’s effort lies in utilities such as solid waste, water and wastewater. It also extends to the promotion of an active community through Parks, Recreation, and Community Spaces.

Water and Wastewater

By the nature of their business, CH2M HILL OMI employees at the Paul R. Noland Wastewater Treatment Plant in Fayetteville are environmentally focused. CH2M HILL OMI operates and maintains the plant for the City of Fayetteville. Cleaning wastewater for reintroduction into the watershed is one of the most important, and unheralded, jobs today. However, employees at the treatment plant are not satisfied with simply doing our job and going home. Environmental stewardship is something we care very deeply about and have implemented several programs to make our impact greener.

Sustainable solutions that employees have implemented include: brand-new technology for wastewater plants, reduced use vehicle policies, re-use of vegetable oil, lighting upgrades, recycling (paper to scrap metal), paperless preventative maintenance system and more.

Employees at the Noland Wastewater Treatment Plant continue to look for new ways to improve, including the development of alternative methods for biosolids disposal and the potential for algae-to-fuel test production.