The Colorado River Sewage System Joint Venture!
The Colorado River Sewage System Joint Venture (Joint Venture) was organized as a Joint Venture on December 23, 1969, between the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) and the Town of Parker, Arizona (the town), for the purpose of the acquisition, construction, and maintenance of a sewage disposal system to be used by the Tribes and the Town. Joint Venture is regulated and permitted by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ).
The purpose of the Colorado River Sewage System Joint Venture is to provide to the Colorado River Indian Tribes and the Town of Parker affordable sanitary sewage treatment while maintaining a healthy work environment, high level of customer service and protecting the waters of the Colorado River.
- Our Mission -
Explore our website to learn more about our organization, our dedicated board members, and the services we provide. Stay up-to-date with the latest developments by accessing meeting minutes, and rest assured knowing that our after-hours emergency support is available to address any urgent sewage system issues.
Experience efficiency, professionalism, and excellence with the Colorado River Sewage System Joint Venture. Contact us today to discuss your specific requirements and let us assist you in achieving your sewage system goals.