In Brief: New Mexico Navajo water treatment plant completed

According to KRQE News, completion of a water treatment plant near Dzilth-Na-O-Dith-Hle, New Mexico will help provide the Navajo Nation and surrounding areas with a clean and reliable source of drinking water. The project is the result of a settlement agreement over water rights in the San Juan Basin. The treatment plant will receive river water from two reservoirs and pumping plants. The plant will remove sediments, organic matter, and microbial contaminants from water before additional processes ensure the supply meets state drinking water standards.

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