Village of Ashville, Ohio
The treatment facility is located at 140 Park Street. The water treatment facility processes water as outlined below.
Processing at the WTP
- Water Source: The Village of Ashville’s Water Department receives its drinking water from two wells located at the village-owned and operated facility and a third well on the corner of Circleville Avenue and East Main Street. This third well was placed into service in 2010 and is approved to produce 800 gallons per minute and testing indicates it has 1220 gallons per minute capacity. These wells obtain raw water from the Teays Valley Aquifer. Aquifers are porous underground formations (such as sand or gravel) that are saturated with water.
- Water Treatment Facility: The treatment facility is located at 140 Park Street. The water treatment facility removes iron and manganese by oxidation and filtration. The filtered water is softened using an ion-exchange process.
- Softening & Distribution: The softened water is disinfected with chlorine prior to distribution to our customer. More information about your water can be found in our Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). This is found in the Ashville Newsletter Issue 8.6
||1932 Electrical System Replaced
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Backflow Prevention Program