What is the Sterling Natural Resource Center?

The Sterling Natural Resource Center is a wastewater treatment facility that will be located in the City of Highland by East Valley Water District to treat wastewater generated within East Valley Water District’s service area. The new treatment facility would produce disinfected tertiary recycled water (Title 22 water quality for unrestricted use). The treated water would be discharged to replenish the Bunker Hill Groundwater Basin. 

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1. What is the Sterling Natural Resource Center?
2. What is a reclamation facility?
3. Why is it called the Sterling Natural Resource Center?
4. Where will it be constructed?
5. When will construction start?
6. What will the facility look like?
7. Will there be any odor coming from the facility?
8. Will the Sterling Natural Resource Center accept drop-offs of food waste from my home?