NACA Officials Discuss Buy-In Costs

Posted: December 12, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Establishing how a member of the Northwest Arkansas Conservation Authority will be charged to connect to the authority wastewater plant is complicated some members learned Tuesday.

At A Glance

Northwest Arkansas Conservation Authority

The Northwest Arkansas Conservation Authority was established as a regional wastewater treatment facility when Bentonville needed additional wastewater capacity and other cities were concerned with future Environmental Protection Agency constraints on phosphorous levels reaching the Illinois River.

• Members include Rogers, Springdale, Bentonville, Tontitown, Bethel Heights, Cave Springs, Centerton, Elm Springs, Highfill and Lowell.

• Bentonville and Tontitown are the only two member cities using the wastewater plant.

Source: Staff Report

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