SD1’s Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility became operational in early 2012. Located in western Boone County, the facility will improve sewer function across the region by relieving demand on the Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, which serves all three Northern Kentucky counties. Western Regional has the capacity to treat up to 20 million gallons a day (mgd) of wastewater, making it SD1's second largest treatment plant. Western also utilizes state-of-the-art technology that allows it to function with a dedicated staff, seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
to view the Western Regional photo gallery.
See how million gallons of wastewater are treated every day as you explore this facility!
SD1 can accommodate up to 60 visitors per tour session. All middle/high school students and adults are welcome! The tour lasts approximately one hour. Part of the tour is outside, so visitors should dress accordingly.
To schedule a tour, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
and include the following:
- Requested date(s)
- Requested time(s)
- Number of participants
- Age of participants (if under 18)
- Does anyone in the group have special needs that we can provide accommodations for?
Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel
The Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel is the largest capital project in SD1's history. It is also one of the most ambitious and impressive feats of engineering, construction and ingenuity in Northern Kentucky history.
Serving most of Boone County and portions of Kenton County, the six mile long conveyance tunnel carries sewage to the new treatment facility, alleviating stress on the sewer systems throughout Northern Kentucky. Flow is conducted through the 8.5 foot diameter conveyance tunnel by gravity.
To learn more about the Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel, click here
Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility
859-578-7450, Option 5
5459 Belleview Road
Petersburg, KY 41080