Cindy Gubler / 14 September, 2017


By Katie England

State legislators gathered Wednesday at the Timpanogos Special Service District in American Fork to learn about needs going forward in relation to water quality — specifically in regard to Utah Lake.

Wastewater and water quality have not kept pace with Utah’s rapid growth, said Tom Holstrom, general manager of the Central Valley Water Reclamation Facility, while addressing Utah legislators who are members of the Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment Interim Committee and the Legislative Water Development Commission.

“We need to see further investment in water quality,” Holstrom said, adding that funding will be needed for research to make that happen…Read More