Aging EP Water infrastructure to undergo vital rehab, upgrades
El Paso Water and their construction and maintenance crews are set to embark on several projects aimed at their aging distribution and treatment systems.
“We have begun work on projects to fortify EPWater’s treatment plants’ operational assets and maintain and improve service to one of El Paso’s oldest neighborhoods,” EP Water officials shared.
“We depend on a network of underground pipes, pumps and valves to deliver reliable, high-quality water to our customers,” officials said, “It’s critical for EPWater to protect our aging water and wastewater systems so we can maintain the highest quality water and services for our customers.”
With 2,806 miles of water lines, as well as 2,326 miles of wastewater lines, EP Water crews mus remain vigilant, as well as proactive to ensure the reliability of the system’s infrastructure.