Regan toured the Biogas processing building as well as the CSSSF facility and had a discussion with WRA and local leaders.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan toured the WRF and discussed measures that the WRA is taking to invest in sustainability for the future. See more of what they discussed in the video below.
As we continue to navigate the unprecedented times of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, from a wastewater treatment facility's perspective, we want to remind you to only flush the three Ps.
Wipes, although they may say flushable, are not and can clog your pipes. There are several other household items that are often considered okay to flush but there are truly only three items that should go down your toilet. Those are pee, poop and toilet p...
The Des Moines Metropolitan Wastewater Reclamation Authority’s efforts to produce renewable fuel is now complete.
The WRA has spent multiple years and millions of dollars upgrading its facilities to create a renewable natural gas from one of its wastewater treatment processes. The facility takes a gas produced from a biological process, cleans up the gas by removing ...
Congratulations to our recent Apprenticeship Graduates
Cody Graeve, Ron Ammons, Mike Neal and Brian Olson recently completed and graduated from our apprenticeship program.
This group of apprentices started their career at the WRF in 2017. All newly hired Wastewater Operator Specialists participate in...
To help prevent the potential spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Des Moines Metropolitan Wastewater Reclamation Authority facilities are CLOSED to the Public and Non-Authorized Personnel until further notice unless previously approved by the Director.
For assistance, please call (515) 323-8006. For additional information concerning other City of Des Moines services impacted, visit DSM.city/covid19.