A rotary drilling machine works Thursday at the site of the new Columbia raw water intake facility under construction by the city of Pasco just upriver of the Interstate 182 bridges on Court Street. The work is part of a $7.5 million project for the west Pasco water treatment plant. The project includes two 250-horsepower pumps, each with a capacity of six million gallons a day.
A rotary drilling machine works Thursday at the site of the new Columbia raw water intake facility under construction by the city of Pasco just upriver of the Interstate 182 bridges on Court Street. The work is part of a $7.5 million project for the west Pasco water treatment plant. The project includes two 250-horsepower pumps, each with a capacity of six million gallons a day. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A rotary drilling machine works Thursday at the site of the new Columbia raw water intake facility under construction by the city of Pasco just upriver of the Interstate 182 bridges on Court Street. The work is part of a $7.5 million project for the west Pasco water treatment plant. The project includes two 250-horsepower pumps, each with a capacity of six million gallons a day. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

River water intake project taking shape for west Pasco Water Treatment Plant

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