Hopewell Water Renewal

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Water and Water Renewal Services

The City of Hopewell 2009 Cost of Service Study Summary is available. It is available in its entirety via e-mail by contacting the Hopewell H2O Renewal Director Jeanie Grandstaff at jgrandstaff@hopewellva.gov or (804) 541-2210.

 

We’re glad you stopped by for a visit and we would like your comments on what you see or what more you would like to learn about our unique water renewal facility. Thirty years ago a group of City leaders and managers of local industry set forth a remarkable partnership whereby the City of Hopewell and five major industries would join together on a common environmental mission… to clean up the combined industrial and domestic renewable waters of the Hopewell area while meeting or exceeding all environmental standards. This was no easy task but by cooperation and communication the “first of it’s kind” REGIONAL water renewal facility began treating a combined waste stream in the summer of 1977. Since then a lot has changed but not the cooperation and communication.
Local industry and the City continue to work together to reduce toxic discharges and find new and innovative ways to improve the treatment plant’s effectiveness and efficiency to better protect the James River. There’s always more to be done when it comes to cleaning up the environment and with the combined resources and support of local government, industry and the citizens of Hopewell we shall remain vigilant to our mission of protecting the environment.

Quotation-marks The mission of the Hopewell H2O Renewal is to enhance the health and welfare of the residential and industrial community by providing efficient, cost-effective treatment of renewable water. To achieve our mission, we maintain high professional and ethical standards and remain committed to responding to our community’s ever-changing environmental needs.

 

Thanks for stopping by.

 

Jeanie Grandstaff,
Plant Director

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