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Water treatment plant - wtp

About the City's Water Treatment Plant

Woodland's Water Treatment Plant (WTP) operates the water supply system that delivers high quality drinking water to more than 5000 people in the City of Woodland. The city’s water is collected by way of a series of pipes horizontally placed under the Lewis River. The water is then pumped and delivered to the WTP, which is located adjacent to the City’s water reservoirs, at the top of Scott Hill Road. All chemical treatment is done at the treatment plant which includes chlorination for disinfection.

The Water Treatment Facility operates 365 days a year. The plant is designed to produce 3,000,000 gallons per day. The average daily customer demand for the year 2011 was approximately 630,000 gallons.

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Water Quality Reports

2012 Water System Files


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Public Works Department (360) 225-7999.