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Title: Water Treatment Plant


1
Water Treatment Plant
  • Capacity
  • vs.
  • Future Growth
  • 2007 Report

2
Water Treatment PlantsCurrent Capacity
  • 7 MGD (Million Gallons per Day)
  • OEPA Requirement
  • Maximum Day Should Not Exceed 5.25 MGD or 75 of
    Capacity
  • Maximum Day in last year 4.81 MGD or 69 of
    capacity
  • Limited Growth

3
Water Treatment Plant Future Capacity
  • 10 MGD (Million Gallons per Day)
  • Requires the addition of mixers and chemical
    feeders at the Water Plant Structural tanks
    already in place
  • OEPA Requirement
  • Maximum Day Should Not Exceed 7.5 MGD or 75 of
    Capacity
  • Maximum Day in last year 4.81 MGD or 48 of
    capacity
  • Room for Future Growth

4
Growth Trends
  • Operating Data Plant Capacity 7 MGD
  • 2002 3.13 MGD
  • 2004 3.67 MGD
  • 2006 3.77 MGD
  • 2007 3.86 MGD

5
Challenges
  • Source Water
  • Tawawa Creek or the Great Miami River?
  • Dealing with Flood and/or Drought?
  • Meeting OEPA Regulations
  • Disinfection Byproduct Rule Deals with the
    reaction of chlorine with organics to form
    carcinogens - New regs are now in place to limit
    levels in the distribution system.
  • Internal Distribution System Evaluation Report
    Evaluates compliance with Disinfection Byproduct
    Rule
  • Water Turbidity All samples must be below 0.30
    NTUs
  • Crypto Giardia Must begin monthly sampling in
    2008.
  • Staffing Requirements Changes how Water Plants
    are manned and licensed.
  • System Pressure Must be above 20 psi at all
    times in the distribution system.

6
What does it all mean?
  • How much growth can we handle?
  • It depends
  • What is the amount of water the new customer will
    be using.
  • What will be their peak demand?
  • How much additional growth will our present
    customers experience.
  • What major treatment changes will the EPA place
    on us in the future. Making quality of source
    water extremely important.

7
Realistic Expectations
  • How much growth can we handle at our current 7.0
    MGD Capacity?
  • Using existing Industries as a reference
  • 1 additional Industry equivalent to
  • Or
  • 2 additional Industries equivalent to
  • Or
  • 2 additional Industries equivalent to
  • Or
  • 7 additional Industries equivalent to

8
Realistic Expectations
  • How much growth can we handle at our future 10.0
    MGD Capacity?
  • Using existing Industries as a reference
  • 8 additional Industry equivalent to
  • Or
  • 15 additional Industries equivalent to
  • Or
  • 14 additional Industries equivalent to
  • Or
  • 40 4 additional Industries equivalent to

9
WHAT WILL THE FUTURE BRING?
  • New Water Source
  • Phase II Well Field Testing (Scheduled with Army
    Corps of Engineers)
  • Bore testing Test Well
  • Determination of Max Safe Yield
  • Water Quantity
  • Water Quality
  • Land acquisition
  • Meeting with Owners to discuss acquisition of
    site

10
Short Term Water Improvement Projects
  • Improvements to Raw Water Pump Station
  • Capacity
  • Efficiency
  • Distribution System Improvements
  • Piping Improvements
  • Storage
  • Treatment Pumping Modifications at Water Plant
  • Treatment changes to meet EPA regulations
  • Plant Modifications for extra capacity
  • Plans are on hold until source water study is
    complete

11
ANNUAL PRESENTATION
  • Staff will be presenting an overview of
    Capacity vs Future Growth each September so that
    Council can be apprised of future needs. This is
    in conformance with Sidney 2020!
  • This will also help readily identify our
    ability to meet the needs of new and existing
    Industrial Customers.

12
  • Questions
  • or
  • Comments?
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