newsok.com 21 Jan, 2017
Members of the Del City council have voted to move forward with improvements to the wastewater treatment facility. Eleven pumps will be replaced at the wastewater treatment facility at a cost of $145,314. The new pumps will use less electricity and will pay for themselves during their 25-year life span. Funds for the project are coming from an $11 million loan from the Oklahoma Water Resources Board. The council also approved the installation of new LED lighting at a cost of $17,275 and a new monitoring system for the wastewater stations, at a cost of $55,700. All the proposed projects are approved unanimously by the council.