SPANISH FORK, Utah - The South Utah Valley Solid Waste District, of which Spanish Fork City is a member, broke ground on a new state-of-the-art facility which will be located at 3450 N 550 W in Spanish Fork.
Councilman Brandon Gordon, who chairs the SUV SWD board, was able to conduct the groundbreaking ceremony. And Spanish Fork elected officials and staff were able to participate in the groundbreaking.
"It was about 7 or 8 years ago when we began to consider a new location for the transfer station," Gordon said. "It's exciting to see our planning come to fruition."
He also thanked the current SUV SWD management for their continued hard work and dedication.
You can watch the entire groundbreaking ceremony on Spanish Fork 17's Youtube page.
The new transfer station will include separate entrances for public access and curbside collection vehicles, house 5 different structures, and be able to handle over 1,600 tons per day.
You can visit suvswd.org for more information.