“SouthWest Water does an excellent job serving our community,” said HRMUD president John Navidomskis. “We are happy to renew this contract and ensure the continuity of this quality service.”

“We are proud of the support and confidence that the HRMUD’s officials have shown in us,” said Jim Brown, managing director of SouthWest Water’s Texas MUD Services division. “We look forward to continuing to provide outstanding service to the residents of Horizon City.”

The wastewater collection system consists of 14 lift stations and the associated pressure and gravity sewer mains that collect an average of 1.4 million gallons of sewage a day, sending it to the 1.5 million-gallons-per-day wastewater treatment facility, made up of an aerated lagoon system and two activated sludge plants. Much of the treated effluent is recycled for irrigation purposes.