Project Details

  • Construction of a new 10,500 s.f. water treatment plant that will remove iron, manganese and PFAS from three of Littleton Water Department’s groundwater sources – Whitcomb Avenue Well Nos. 1 and 3, and Spectacle Pond Well No.5.
  • Plant will utilize biological filtration to remove iron and manganese and granular activated carbon to remove PFAS.
  • Treatment plant will have a total capacity of 1.8 MGD.
  • Project will include construction of a 3.5 mile long raw water transmission main to connect Spectacle Pond Well No.5 to the new treatment plant, and upgrades to the existing Well No.5 pump station.
  • Total Project Cost is $24,500,000.
  • Littleton Water Department received a $200,000 grant from MassDEP for assistance with PFAS treatment pilot testing and design.
  • The entire project will be funded through the State Revolving Fund Loan Program which includes a 0% interest loan.
  • Construction is expected to be completed in Spring 2023.
  • ENE Strategies assisted Littleton Electric Light and Water Department with the passage of special legislation in order to build its Whitcomb Avenue Water Treatment Plant, during the 2019-2020 legislative session.
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