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Filter Improvements

All new filter consoles were put in to modernize the filtration process of the water. The project will optimize filter performance and provide MVSD operators the ability to fulfill the intent of the Interim Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (IESWTR) while providing a potable and reliable water service. This project began in the fall of 2004 and was completed in the spring of 2006.  

Improvements to the plant and distribution system

are aimed at making the plant more

effective and providing better water for the Cities!


Niles Standpipe

The Mahoning Valley Sanitary District (“MVSD”) owns and operates a 1.5MG standpipe for the Niles distribution system which is used for equalization storage. The water level in the standpipe is controlled by the MVSD plant and is maintained at 22 feet below the overflow elevation to avoid over-pressurization of the Niles distribution system.

New Carbon Feed/Storage Building

This new facility was built to store the carbon which is used in the water treatment process to control the taste and odor of the finished water.

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