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Eastern Shoshone Water Treatment
Zenon polymer filtration technology, processing 3 million gallons of water per day.
Floyd Phillips (Shoshone Business Council, Chairman - Housing Board), Willie Noseep (Eastern Shoshone Business Council & Vice Chairman Native American Bancorporation Board of Directors), Donald H. McLean (Interim President, CEO, Chief Loan Officer - Native American Bank), Ivan Posey (Chairman, Shoshone Business Council), Mike Lajeanesse (Shoshone Business Council)
Jeremy Perry (Tribal Planner - Eastern Shoshone Planning and Grants), Shannon Loeve (Business Development Representative - Native American Bank), Mark Patterson (Business Development Officer - Native American Bank), David Snyder (Manager - Warm Valley LP Company)
Eastern Shoshone Tribe inaugurates new water treatment plant on the Wind River Reservation
July 2008

Ft. Washakie , WY -- The inauguration of a new water treatment plant was a wonderful occasion for the Eastern Shoshone Tribe on the Wind River Reservation. Culminating a ten-year planning and community development process, the ceremonial blessing of the facility was held in Ft. Washakie on July 23, 2008. A combination of substantial tribal equity, Bureau of Indian Affairs support and financing from Native American Bank, brought this facility in on time and on budget.

The plant’s new Zenon polymer filtration technology will produce water that exceeds all EPA requirements for clean drinking water. The three million gallon per day capacity is triple that of the present 35 year old facility and is supplemented by a two million gallon storage tank to provide a back up supply for swing periods and for fire protection. The increased capacity will bring improved quality of life to the community and allow continued expansion of local housing to support their growth plans. Additional projects are planned in partnership with Native American Bank as part of continued infrastructure expansion to further promote economic sovereignty on the Wind River Reservation.




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