Starting Tuesday, April 23 – Thursday, April 25, field crews from Bryan’s Water Services Department will be performing smoke testing of the sanitary sewer lines to identify broken pipes and other defects.
Maintenance of the Burton Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant located at 300 Park Road in Bryan will begin December 5th. Construction is set to convert the facility’s anaerobic digester, a process unit used to manage waste solids, to an aerobic system. This conversion will increase efficiency and ensure the City is able to continue providing the proper treatment of wastewater for citizens serviced by the plant.
Throughout the month of December, contractors will remove the contained waste from the digester for offsite disposal using transport tanker trucks. Residents may experience increased traffic in the vicinity of the wastewater treatment plant, including Spring Loop and Autumn Circle, as contractors and their crews utilize these residential roadways for completion of the work.
Offsite odors and construction noise may also be experienced as part of this project due to the nature of the work being completed. Please note a crane will be visible from varying parts of the community. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has been formally notified in compliance with state law.
For additional information, please contact our Public Works Department at 979.209.5900.