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YP Plant Tour - City of Wyoming Water Treatment Plant (Holland, MI)
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Come join the Young Professionals as we host a tour and mixer this summer! The tour will be held at the City of Wyoming’s water treatment plant (16700 New Holland St, Holland, MI 49424) on Thursday, July 27th. The tour will take place at 2:00 p.m., and will be immediately followed by a mixer, so bring your business cards! All industry professionals are welcome, but please RSVP to Jenna Karazim, jenna.karazim@glwater.org, so that reservations can be made.

7/27/2017
When: Thursday, July 27
2:00 pm
Where: City of Wyoming - Water Treatment Plant
16700 New Holland Street
Holland, Michigan  49424
United States
Contact: Jenna Karazim

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Come join the Young Professionals as we host a tour and mixer this summer! The tour will be held at the City of Wyoming’s water treatment plant (16700 New Holland St, Holland, MI 49424) on Thursday, July 27th. The tour will take place at 2:00 p.m., and will be immediately followed by a mixer, so bring your business cards! All industry professionals are welcome, but please RSVP to Jenna Karazim, ( jenna.karazim@glwater.org ), so that reservations can be made. Further details will be emailed a week prior to the event.

Please register no later than Thursday, July 20.

Information about the Wyoming plant is inc

The City of Wyoming has been using Lake Michigan as a source of drinking water since 1966.  The City’s current water supply system has a service population of approximately 230,000 people in Wyoming and various wholesale customer communities.

Our water supply system serves residents in areas of Zeeland, Park, Olive, Blendon, Holland, Georgetown, Jamestown, Gaines and Byron Townships, the Cities of Hudsonville and Grenville, a portion of Kentwood and the City of Wyoming.

Water Treatment Plant improvements over the years have expanded the treatment capacity of the plant from its original 32 million gallons per day to 120 million gallons per day to meet the demands of Wyoming and customer communities which have grown significantly since the early 1960s.


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