In 2005, water treatment plant was built. Initially it had a inline flow meter installed in the raw water influent line. In 2014 there were problems with the flow meter and it was going to cost around $10,000 to repair. The local Micronics rep recommended the Micronics flow meter and brought a portable unit in and got the plant running temporarily. After a couple of days it was decided to go with the fixed clamp on flow meter, the U3000. The 4-20 signal communicates with a SCADA system which, in turn, doses the appropriate amount of chlorine and controls pump speeds.