Kentucky Drinking Water Plant Looks Ahead to UV System Installation


In this online exclusive video, join Nathan Clark, senior superintendent of operations for the northern division of Kentucky American Water, and his staff of operators for a tour of the Kentucky River Station II Water Treatment Plant at Hardin’s Landing. In an area where providing a drought-resistant water supply is the main challenge, the Hardin’s Landing plant uses four intake pumps to pull water 400 feet from the Kentucky River before it moves on to four basins, tube settlers and five mixed-media filters. “The one spot that we didn’t have was for a UV system, so that’s what is in the works right now and being planned to put in in the next couple years,” says Clark.


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