Join us as we celebrate this new water treatment plant in Granbury. When you turn on a faucet right now in your Granbury home or business, the water is most likely coming from the City's new Surface Water Treatment Plant. The new plant's capacity is 2.5 MGD (million gallons of water per day) using microfiltration and reverse osmosis that treat the water in Lake Granbury. The City's previous water treatment facility (which has now been demolished) was constructed in 1985, and unable to meet Granbury's current water demands. Water needs were supplemented with groundwater wells and by purchasing water from the Brazos River Authority Lake Granbury Surface Water Advanced Treatment System Plant. In building a new water treatment plant, the city can now provide the amount of water the community needs and ensure a much higher quality of drinking water. Water from the new plant contains fewer minerals, which will give it a better taste and prevent the white residue that hard water causes. The plant is secure and camera-monitored, and all water from the plant meets Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) requirements.
Ribbon Cuttings are exciting events for members and the Chamber as we celebrate a new business, new building or a new venture. The Chamber staff and our team of Ambassadors will bring our ceremonial scissors and red ribbon to welcome this member and celebrate their growing business.