JPWWTP Sludge Concentration Tank Demolition

CIP# 650260-102018

The Sludge Concentration Tanks (SCT) at Jackson Pike Waste Water Treatment plant have been abandoned. The Sludge Concentration Building (SCC) that houses the tanks is beginning to deteriorate. Pieces of the façade have begun to fall off and the building structure is no longer safe. 

This project includes demolition the SCC section and the abandoned sludge concentration tanks. The site will then be converted to greenspace. It includes the removal of abandoned pipes and conduits and re-routing of in-service pipes and conduits. The remaining portion of the SCC building will be rehabilitated with new roof, windows and door replacement along with new electrical and lighting fixtures.

This construction of this project is estimated to begin in the summer of 2024 and extend through the winter of 2026.

Financing for this project is being provided through a below market-rate loan from the OEPA’s Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) Program.

The Ohio EPA will be conducting a Limited Environmental Review (LER) for this project. LER and the letter of "Notice of Issuance of a Final Finding of No Significant Impact to All Interested Citizens, Organizations and Government Agencies" will be accessible via this website.

Questions regarding this project can be directed to the City’s project manager:  Jay Subedi at 614-645-7414 or by e-mail at:

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