Point of Interest
By 1940, water treatment, primarily filtration and disinfection, had eradicated typhoid fever and cholera in the United States and Canada.

Wastewater Treatment Facilities

At TRA, we are committed to providing clean water for residents of the Trinity River basin.  Doing so not only meets the immediate water needs of the basin's population, but it also helps sustain the overall environmental health of our nearly 18,000-square-mile geographic jurisdiction.  TRA provides clean water for human, environmental and economic well-being through the wastewater treatment process.  Every year, our wastewater treatment effluent improves the water quality of the Trinity River, transforming a water body once referred to as a "river of death" into a valuable resource.

TRA's treatment facilities continue to be recognized by peers in the industry for going above and beyond the call of duty in areas of leadership, management and operations.  

At each of our wastewater treatment facilities, we are committed to being a good neighbor to the residents in the immediate vicinity. We have included an odor report form on the page for each facility: Central Regional Wastewater System, Denton Creek Regional Wastewater System, Mountain Creek Regional Wastewater System, Red Oak Creek Regional Wastewater System and our Ten Mile Creek Regional Wastewater System. We ask that you use the odor reporting form to help in identifying any odors associated with treating wastewater that can be detected outside our facilities’ borders.