Water Treatment Plant
Release of Liability City of Sterling
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About the Water Treatment Plant
The City of Sterling has five(5) full time employees operating the Water Treatment Facility and completed the third full year of the being online.
The City of Sterling has had no violations in 2016 and remains in compliance with Colorado Department on Health and Environment Regulations.
The Water Treatment Facility startup was successfully completed October 23, 2013, all water supplied to the city has been processed through the a Reverse Osmosis/Blend system fed by twelve (12) ground water wells. The system also operates Two(2) Deep injection wells for waste removal of contaminants removed by the Reverse Osmosis Process. The facility operates under a Colorado State Class A classification due to being considered a surface water plant as well as the complexity of the system.
The facility produces approximately an average of 4 million gallons per day with a maximum production capacity of 9.6 million gallons per day.
The City's Water Treatment Staff strives to supply its customers with safe and quality drinking water as well as meeting all requirements of state and federal drinking water regulations.
2020 Consumer Confidence Report
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Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.