The city of Morro Bay will host a study session and workshop on its planned wastewater treatment system from 4 to 6 p.m. Dec. 1.
The topics will include education about membrane bioreactors, sequencing batch reactors, reverse osmosis, and other modern technologies that could be applied to Morro Bay’s system.
The city has yet to select a final site for the project, though a preferred site at Rancho Colina has satisfied a fatal flaws analysis.
Sign Up and Save
Get six months of free digital access to The Tribune
Morro Bay has ruled out potential permitting roadblocks on major geotechnical, biological or ecological issues at its preferred sewage treatment plant site — clearing the path to pursue buying the land.
The Rancho Colina site is a mile east of the city off Highway 41.
A general update on the full wastewater treatment and water reclamation program will be provided at the event.