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Beginning July 21, some maintenance projects are in progress which may result in noticeable odors being released from the Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant (LEWWTP).  These projects include tank cleaning and sewer interceptor pipe repairs.  It is anticipated this work may continue for the next 1-2 weeks. 

If you notice objectionable odors, please call the front desk at 303-762-2600 or our odor report line at 303-762-2619.  You can also fill out an odor report below on our webpage. 

 Thank you for your patience during this maintenance event.


 

 

 

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EPA Environmental Education Outreach and education program that increases environmental awareness for citizens of the Rocky Mountains and Plains region.

EPA Environmental Kids Club Cool ways for kids to learn about the environment.

 

USGS Water Science School  Information on many aspects of Water, along with pictures, data, maps and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.

USGS The Water Cycle The water cycle describes how Earth's water is not only always changing forms, between liquid (rain), solid (ice), and gas (vapor), but also moving on, above, and in the Earth. This process is always happening everywhere.

Water Environment Federation Students and Teachers K-12   This area features a variety of resources and programs to help students and teachers learn about water and the importance of protecting and preserving our water resources.

Red Rocks Community College  Offers a Water Quality Management Technology Degree and Certificates.

Emily Griffith Technical College offers a water quality management technician program.

Water Resource Recovery Facility 3D virtual Tour This virtual tour of a water resource recovery facility—commonly called a wastewater treatment plant—discusses how these facilities recycle the water and waste we flush down the drain. Water resource recovery facilities can also recover nutrients, generate energy, and create biosolids for use as fertilizer. This tour takes viewers through primary, secondary, and advanced treatment as well as the plant headworks and biosolids treatment process. It was developed by the Water Environment Federation and Gage 3D Studios (www.gage3d.com).