Albany's drinking water treatment facility is located in Feura Bush, about 10 miles from downtown Albany.
Treatment includes pre-oxidation, disinfection, coagulation, sedimentation, filtration and pH and alkalinity adjustment for corrosion control. Chlorine is added as a residual disinfectant to maintain microbiological quality throughout the distribution system.
Constructed: 1928 to 1932
Modern water treatment facility
Average daily production ranges from 19 to 20 million gallons
Can process up to 32 million gallons per day
Average annual water production is over 7 billion gallons