Do I need to meet with the MCESD prior to submitting my project?
A meeting prior to submitting your project is not required. However, if your particular project is very large or complex, is time constrained, involves prototype or novel equipment or processes that may not be familiar to the MCESD's engineering staff, implements a design based on pilot testing data, or impacts the operation and maintenance of an existing facility or system, then it is strongly recommended that you meet with staff from the Water and Wastewater Treatment Program prior to submitting your project to ensure that the review and approval process proceeds smoothly. For more information, please call 602-372-2861.

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1. What types of projects are reviewed and approved by the Water and Wastewater Treatment Program?
2. What is the review and approval process for a project?
3. How do I submit a project for approval?
4. Whom should I contact if I have a question about submitting a project?
5. How can I obtain application and instruction forms?
6. Where can I get the PWS or WWTF name/identification information for the application form?
7. Where can I get the township, range and section site location information for the application form?
8. What type of documentation needs to be included in my project submittal package?
9. How much will it cost to get my project approved?
10. Do I need to meet with the MCESD prior to submitting my project?
11. What happens after I have submitted my project?
12. How long will it take to get my project reviewed and approved?
13. Is there any way to expedite the review of my project?
14. Is there any way to get my project reviewed and approved in phases?