Hugh A. Wyckoff Water Treatment Plant
Originally built in the 1960s, the Wyckoff Water Treatment Plant has expanded and enhanced its operations over the years and is permitted to produce 86 million gallons of water per day. In July 2010, CCMWA approved an $80 million improvement project to ensure that Wyckoff continues to process water from Lake Allatoona into clean and safe water for drinking and fire protection for the CCMWA service area. The Wyckoff improvements have been the largest single infrastructure project in the history of CCMWA. There is a team of 35 industry professionals at Wyckoff, including nine class 1 Water Operators, who manage all aspects of the treatment process to ensure the highest standards.
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