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