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Water Treatment Plant

The City of Norwalk's water plant, located at the intersection of Old State Road and Woodlawn Avenue, was constructed in 1927, rebuilt in 1990-91, with upgrades in 2002 and 2006. It is designed to produce up to 4 million gallons of water a day, about twice the normal demand. .
Norwalk's primary water source is rainwater runoff from an 8 square-mile area east of the city. The runoff fills the city's three reservoirs, which have a 700 million gallon capacity.
The water plant provides a series of chemical and physical treatments to remove contaminants and disinfect the wate.
The city has two water towers to provide customers with an adequate supply of water at a sufficient pressure. Dozens of tests are done daily to ensure the city's drinking water meets all EPA standards.


2013 City of Norwalk Consumer Confidence Report
2012 City of Norwalk Consumer Confidence Report 

Consumer Education Links
    American Water Works Association Consumer Education
    Ohio EPA Division of Drinking and Ground Water
    U.S. EPA Drinking Water

Water Treatment Plant Employees

  Superintendent Bill Albrecht
  Assistant Superintendent David Ackerman
  Laboratory Supervisor Tim Cox
  Chief Operator Rick Schaffer
  Backflow Prevention Coordinator Robert Delvecchio


Bill Albrecht - Superintendent
David Ackerman - Assistant Superintendent
201 Plank Road
Norwalk, Ohio 44857
Phone: 419-663-6755
Fax: 419-663-6756

Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Water Treatment Plant Location

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