Clackamas River Water

Clackamas River Water (District) Water Treatment Plant
Raw river water is collected by intakes in the Clackamas River through debris removal screens and flows by gravity into the low-lift pump station. Pumps then lift the water 70 feet to the treatment plant. Raw water from the river is metered for flow and water conditions, and that information is used to determine the ideal mix of treatment chemicals to add to the water as it enters the plant. The plant use direct filtration treatment process and has a capacity of 30 million gallons a day.