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Oct 08

The SNRC Adds Another Resource to Create Renewable Energy and Offset Operating Costs

Posted to Construction by Roxana Morales

Working to “Make Every Source a Resource” and striving toward a more sustainable future, East Valley Water District (District) Board of Directors approve the addition of state-of-the-art co-digester technology at the Sterling Natural Resource Center (SNRC). This enhancement represents a significant improvement to the project by allowing the SNRC to produce enough renewable electricity to meet the facility’s energy needs, with additional electricity transferred onto the energy grid.  

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Aug 14

The SNRC is Awarded with a $1.49 Million California Natural Resource Agency Grant

Posted to Funding by Roxana Morales

The Sterling Natural Resource Center secures $1.49 million in funding from the California Natural Resources Agency for the development of a demonstration garden that will also serve as new community outdoor space.

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Aug 19

EVWD Receives Authority from LAFCO to Treat Wastewater, Recharge Recycled Water

Posted to Permitting by Roxana Morales

Activation of wastewater services will allow East Valley Water District to optimize natural resources with Sterling Natural Resource Center.

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Aug 14

SNRC Conceptual Fly-Through

Posted to Project Videos by Roxana Morales

During the July 25 regular Board Meeting, EVWD Board of Directors approved the selection of Balfour Beatty / Arcadis as the design-build partner to lead the design and construction of the SNRC. Balfour Beatty / Arcadis presented a conceptual fly-through of the state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility will treat up to 8 million gallons a day initially, with the ability to increase to 10 million gallons a day.

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Aug 14

EVWD Approves the Selection of the SNRC's Design Build Partner

Posted to Team Sterling by Roxana Morales

East Valley Water District’s Board of Directors approved Balfour Beatty / Arcadis as the design-build partner to lead the design and construction of the Sterling Natural Resource Center (SNRC), located on the east side of Del Rosa Drive, at the July 25 regular meeting.

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