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Water Production Division

The Water Production Division is responsible for the operation of the water treatment and distribution system. The City's potable water system consists of three water treatment plants, six ground storage tanks, three elevated storage tanks and a water distribution network of various size piping.

 

Each treatment plant has three wells with a production capacity of approximately 19.4 million gallons per day (mgd). The drinking water supply for the City of Casselberry is the Floridan Aquifer. The water storage capacity is approximately 3.35 million gallons. The average daily water flow is about 5.0 mgd.

 

Treatment at each plant includes aeration, addition of corrosion control inhibitor, and disinfection. At times, the groundwater may exhibit some odor. This odor is created by the presence of hydrogen sulfide in the aquifer. The sulfide odor is not considered a health hazard and the aeration treatment strips the odor from the water.


Water Capacity

mgd

Wastewater Capacity

mgd

North Water Plant

5.256

Reclamation Facility

2.2

Howell Park Plant

4.030

SSNOCWTA

3.395

South Water Plant

4.948

Avg. Water Pumped

5.0-5.5

SJRWMD CUP

6.462


Water Quality Report
Watering Restrictions



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