Charlotte Water And Mount Holly Host Pump Station Ceremony

MOUNT HOLLY, N.C. – Charlotte Water and the City of Mount Holly are holding a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the commencement of the Mount Holly Pump Station on Tuesday, April 26th.

The Mount Holly Pump Station is an integral component of the Stowe Regional Water Resource Recovery Facility project. This project is intended to provide wastewater connectivity between Mount Holly and Charlotte Water’s collection and treatment system.

The Stowe facility serves communities in northwest Mecklenburg County,  the cities of Belmont, and Mount Holly in eastern Gaston County.

According to news released by Charlotte Water, the enhancements of the Pump Station will increase wastewater treatment capacity, consolidate two plants into one state-of-the-art facility, reduce the distance wastewater must be pumped for treatment, operate with more energy efficiency and implement a community benefit project, including walking trails and STEAM partnerships with area schools.

The ceremony will be held at 201 Broome Street, Mount Holly, NC 28120 from 10:00 a.m to 12:oo p.m.

Charlotte Water is hosting an Online Workshop for the public to learn more about the Stowe Facility project. The public is encouraged to visit the website and submit comments between April 26-May 27, 2022.