Just like electric lines or roads, water treatment systems need a reliable network. The question is how do you keep your aging water system economical and efficient? Ruekert/Mielke has the experience and skills to help.
For decades, we have helped communities like yours manage and maintain their water supply and distribution systems. The cost of water treatment facilities can vary greatly depending on factors like source water quality, size of the facility and the treatment process selected. We believe collaboration is key. Your staff knows what you need, it is our job to develop customized service and innovative solutions. Because engineers understand how water systems have worked in the past, we can maintain them to work well into the future.
Water links us to our neighbors, our schools and our jobs with nearly 85% of U.S. residents receiving their water from public water facilities. Let us help your community keep this precious resource not only high quality, but safe and dependable. This simple goal is at the heart of every water project we do.
Imagine a municipal well, surrounded by $400,000 homes, and the only indication that it is a municipal building is a fire hydrant in the front yard. The City of Muskego's Well No. 13 proved that public works projects don't have to be devoid of style. See how they were able to incorporate a new well into a two-story 'house' that includes everything from gabled rooflines to arched windows.
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2. Read the Regional Water Supply Plan from SEWERPC.
3. Finance your water supply system through consistent water rates.