Phase I: Water Treatment

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During a storm event, the Willow campus treats water by passing it through a series of bioswales and native plantings before it reaches any detention ponds or the constructed wetlands. The Phase I site design allows for the full campus build out according to the Master Plan, so the landscape does not need to be disturbed during future development.

All of the “black” sewage water is also treated on campus in a constructed wetland. The water passes through a series of filters and is cleaned to recharge the groundwater in our watershed.

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