Cleveland Water joined the Partnership for Safe Water in 1995. The
partnership is designed to improving drinking water quality by optimizing
surface water treatment plants’ performance. The partnership implements
prevention programs above and beyond what current water quality rules and
regulations mandate. The voluntary, four-phase program provides flexible
technical tools allowing each plant to customize performance optimization at
their own pace with limited capital spending.
Program benefits include: benchmarking Cleveland Water’s results against the
program’s national database, training for plant operators and customizing
software and manuals for water quality improvements.
Looking ahead, Cleveland Water’s Garrett A. Morgan and Crown Waterworks
Plants are nominated as 2010 Five-Year Directors Awardees. Previous award
recipient included Cleveland
Water’s Nottingham Waterworks Plant.