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Capital Projects

As a government entity, the FGUA strives to improve its utilities systems in order to provide the best of service to customers. This section is dedicated to highlighting how FGUA is improving your system through different capital projects that are underway.

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Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Trinity, FL – Seven Spring Wastewater Plant Treatment Capacity Improvements

The FGUA has applied to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for an increase in the capacity of the treatment plant to 2.9 million gallons per day. The design of these improvements is complete, and construction is expected to begin in early 2017. This expansion of capacity will ensure that the FGUA meets the treatment Read More

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Trinity, FL – Seven Springs Odor Control

This Spring, the FGUA completed a second phase of odor control improvements at the Seven Springs Waste Water Treatment Plant. This phase of the project added carbon scrubbers to the master lift station that brings untreated wastewater into the plant; placed a lid on the flow “splitter” box, which was an area where strong odors Read More

Monday, July 27, 2015

Ocala, FL – Belleair Interconnects with Marion County

On July 20th 2015, the FGUA activated a recently constructed water main interconnect between the Belleair Water System and Marion County Utilities. This water system interconnect project will provide customers with improved water pressure, improved water quality and service reliability. In March 2013, the FGUA acquired the water and wastewater assets of Aqua Utilities Florida Read More

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

New Port Richey, FL – Lift Station Improvement

After meeting with some residents of Gulf Harbors in New Port Richey, Florida earlier in the Spring, the FGUA was notified of some nuisance issues resulting from a lift station in the community. The lift station was creating strong and unpleasant odors for community members near the community center. Since then, a new odor control Read More

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Trinity, FL – Seven Springs Odor Control

The FGUA is happy to report that a project is currently underway in order to address concerns received from customers about odors from the Seven Spring Waste Water Treatment Plant. This project is a follow up to a previous project, which involved installing a dome on the equalization tank, and an odor control filtration system Read More

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