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Gainesville, Georgia, USA
Riverside Drive Water Treatment Plant
c/o Wastewater Treatment Operations
2641 Old Flowery Branch Road
Gainesville, Georgia, 30504
USA

Contact Information:
Contact:  Stanley Mize, Superintendent
Email: 
Telephone:  770-532-6192 Ext. 3240
Fax:  770-535-5634

Plant Operation: Municipal

Processing: Water

Web site:
http://www.gainesville.org/citydepartments.publicutilities.facilities.asp

Plant/Process Description:
The Riverside Drive Water Treatment Plant was constructed in the early 1950's and has a treatment capacity of 25 million gallons per day (MGD). During FY02 renovation and upgrades to the treatment plant were completed. These improvements, including the addition of a raw water intake structure with pumps and piping to the plant, totaled a cost of $19.3 million.

The treatment process begins as raw water is withdrawn through two water intake structures, with pumping capacity provided by four vertical pumps with rated capacities of 25 MGD, 18 MGD, 15 MGD, and 8.5 MGD. Raw water is pumped to the filter plant through three pipelines with diameters of 16, 24 and 36 inches. Finished water is stored in two-million gallon and five-million gallon clear wells located at the water plant, a five million gallon ground storage reservoir, and five elevated storage tanks with an aggregate storage capacity of 2.85 million gallons. During FY02, water demand averaged 17.3 MGD, with a maximum daily demand of 24.5 MGD.
Owner:
City of Gainesville
Web site:  http://www.gainesville.org/
Operating Company:
City of Gainesville
Web site:  http://www.gainesville.org/
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