Where Does Your Water Flow After it Swirls Down the Drain?

The average U.S. household uses 50-80 gallons of water each day. It swirls down the drain, but where does it all go? Between two wastewater treatment facilities, Metro Water Recovery […]

Charting Our Course – The 2022 Strategic Plan Update

2016 was only a handful of years ago, yet how the world has changed between then and now. Barack Obama was President of the United States, Star Wars: The Force […]

What’s in the Water? Check out Our Report and Infographic

To clean water and recover resources from 2.2 million people is a tricky business that takes a lot of technology. Metro’s technology is timed, designed, and built to meet environmental […]

Guide to PFAS: Help Us Keep PFAS out of the Water Cycle

Paddle boarders enjoying the still waters of Barr Lake. With your careful power of choice as a consumer, you can help us limit PFAS from entering the water cycle to […]

The Fight to Eliminate “Forever Chemicals”- PFAS

How manufacturers sell consumer favorites such as grease-resistant cookware, stain-resistant carpet, cosmetics and waterproof items will soon change.   With the help of PFAS, these everyday products have helped make life […]

Meet Metro’s Process Control Engineers

The Warehouse Crew includes Fabian Morine, Tom Copeland, Stan Light, Tawnya Thorfinson, Jordyn West,
Denise Manguso, and Kevin Cline (left to right; not pictured, Patricia Contreras).

Join Us June 29

Join Metro Water Recovery employees for our first hybrid open house and facility tour. We will be sharing information, virtually and in person, about Metro’s 60 years of taking care […]

Metro Welcomes Flows from the City of Fort Lupton

As a wholesale wastewater treatment provider, Metro Water Recovery proudly serves local governments – composed of both cities and sanitation districts – we call Connectors. Today, we’re privileged to announce […]