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Who We Are

South Platte Renew is the 3rd largest water renewal facility in Colorado and cleans nearly 20 million gallons of wastewater daily from 300,000 residents in Littleton, Englewood, and 19 other connecting communities. The facility is publicly owned and operated by the Cities of Littleton and Englewood.
Click here to view a map of the service area for the plant.


The Supervisory Committee oversees all operations of SPR and related matters. The Committee generally meets once per month, usually the fourth Thursday of each month. The Committee consists of two administrative employees from each City.

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The sewage collection system and treatment facilities for the cities of Englewood and Littleton developed separately, but in a similar manner. The collection system follows the natural drainage pattern in the area that leads to the South Platte River.

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Mission, Vision & Values

Our mission is to sustainably protect and recover our communities’ vital resources. Our vision is to continually enhance community vitality through environmental stewardship. Click below to learn more about what we stand for.

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View the awards and recognition received by South Platte Renew staff. It should be noted that where individuals are named there is usually a combination of individual and team effort.

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Newsletter Signup

Become part of the SPR family and signup for our newsletter. This is a great way to get involved in the water renewal process, learn more about the water cycle and stay current on SPR projects, innovations and community events.

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Updates and News

Get updates and information about South Platte Renew. Learn about the challenges affecting the water renewal process, how we are taking water knowledge into the community and the classroom and how you can be a steward of the South Platte River.

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Tour Information

We welcome the opportunity to spend time with you and educate you on our facility and the water renewal process. We have several tour lengths available and can accommodate a range of ages and group sizes.

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Why Work Here

Skilled and motivated staff plan, design, build, operate, maintain and secure the water renewal system that serves over 300,000 customers. This important work not only protects public health and the environment, but also contributes to the vitality of the South Platte River.

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Residential Recycling / Disposal

Recycling saves landfill space, conserves resources, and cuts down on both energy and water. Each piece of material you recycle makes a positive impact on the environment. Provided are resources for recycling and disposal.

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