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Learn about City of Hamilton, Ohio Water, including Key Projects and The Team.
The City of Hamilton has owned and operated its own water utility since 1884. The City begins by drawing its raw water from one of the finest sources of water in North America, the Great Miami Valley Buried Aquifer. Using 21 deep wells, the City extracts water from the aquifer and then treats the water using a unique chlorine dioxide disinfectant process. The City processes raw water from the aquifer at 2 water treatment plants.
The underground distribution infrastructure of the Water System currently consists of over 289 miles of water mains throughout and in areas adjacent to the City. The City provides, on average, over 18.5 million gallons of water per day (MGD) to approximately 25,000 customers in Hamilton and portions of Butler County.
The South Water Treatment Plant (SWTP) draws raw water from 16 deep wells in the Great Miami Valley Buried Aquifer, one of the finest sources of water in North America. The source of water, in combination with the treatment process and dedicated staff, have earned the City of Hamilton numerous awards and accolades. In 2015, the City of Hamilton won the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting competition and was recognized for producing "The Best Tasting Tap Water in the World". On average, the SWTP produces 14-19 million gallons per day (MGD) with capacity to produce 40 MGD.