The state capital of Olympia lies at the southern tip of the Puget Sound in western Washington. Situated between the CascadeMountains and the Pacic coast, residents of Olympia enjoy a broad range of outdoor activities, from hiking, skiing and biking to boating and beachcombing. The downtown area contains an abundance of pedestrian and bicycle thoroughfares carrying the outdoor culture into the heart of the city. Regionally renowned as a cultural center, Olympia is regularly included on national listings of great places to live.
THE CUSTOMER’S NEEDS
The Budd Inlet Treatment Plant receives owfromroughly 50,000 homes across the counties of Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater and Thurston. Priding itself in offering “the highest level of wastewater treatment on Puget Sound”, the Budd Inlet facility required high-efficiency screening at the head of the plant.