GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. (NASDAQ Global Select Market: CWCO), a leading developer and operator of advanced water supply and treatment plants, announced today that its subsidiary PERC Water Corporation (“PERC”) has entered into an agreement to construct and commission a four million gallon per day wastewater treatment facility for Liberty Utilities (Litchfield Park Water & Sewer) Corp. (“Liberty”), which will be located in Goodyear, Arizona.
The construction and commissioning fee for the Plant is approximately $82 million, and the Plant is scheduled to be completed in approximately 26 months.
“We are very appreciative and honored that Liberty has selected us for this project,” commented PERC’s president, Nate Owen. “This new facility will help to address the increasing demand in Liberty’s service territory throughout Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Palm Valley, and the 303 corridor as these areas have experienced significant residential and commercial growth over the past decade. The new facility will assist Liberty in providing additional reclaimed water for important uses, such as irrigation, which will offset and conserve millions of gallons of potable water for human consumption and domestic purposes.”
About Consolidated Water Co. Ltd.
Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. develops and operates advanced water supply and treatment plants and water distribution systems. The company operates water production facilities in the Cayman Islands, The Bahamas and the British Virgin Islands and operates water treatment facilities in the United States. The company also manufactures and services a wide range of products and provides design, engineering, management, operating and other services applicable to commercial and municipal water production, supply and treatment, and industrial water and wastewater treatment. For more information, visit www.cwco.com.
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Consolidated Water announces agreement to construct wastewater treatment plant in Arizona
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