Water Treatment Plant HAB Improvements

Cadiz, Ohio

Multi-million dollar upgrade to village surface water plant that treats raw water from Tappan Lake.

The initial purpose of the HAB Improvements project is to reinstate and/or improve key processes that need attention under the Ohio EPA Notice of Violation issued in December 2018. A parallel purpose for the improvements is to enable the plant to meet the produced water capacity needs of the future Harrison County Power Plant as well as the village water needs. The design flow for the HAB Improvements Project will remain 1.0 MGD.

        Average Daily Flow:     424,000 GPD

        Max Daily Flow:             788,000 GPD (presumed to be line break conditions)

        Approved Capacity:     1,000,000 GPD

The project scope includes, in part: replacement of all intake water pumps and Sparrow Reservoir pumps; replacement of high service pumps; replacement of granular filter media; new piping, valve, flow meters in the filter room; and installation of clearwell water quality monitoring systems.

This project will be the first surface water plant in Ohio to use temporary filtration units mounted on portable skids to maintain drinking water production while the plant is under construction. Suez Environmental will provide temporary treatment.

NOTE: Current conditions are pictured in the project gallery.

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