L.B. Stovall Water Treatment Plant
In July 2000, a state of the art 75 MGD (million gallons per day) filtration plant was placed in service to provide filtration for all water derived from Table Rock and North Saluda Reservoirs. The new plant incorporates Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) technology prior to filtration and is currently one of the largest plants of this type in the United States.
Witty Adkins Water Treatment Plant
The Witty Adkins Water Treatment Plant began service in 1985. The Adkins plant, named after General Manager Witty Adkins, is a conventional filtration facility, located in Pickens County on Lake Keowee. In 2004, the Witty Adkins Water Treatment Plant completed a 30 MGD expansion project continuing Greenville Water’s proactive approach to supplying high quality drinking water. Now rated at 60 MGD, production can be further increased to 90 MGD by adding additional pumps.
To ensure the water’s quality, experienced laboratory personnel test water samples daily. This testing assures that Greenville’s water is pure, helping Greenville Water deliver high quality water to over 350,000 Greenville residents.