Water Treatment Manager
The Water Treatment Division is responsible for providing water to the Town and its citizens. Staff tests the water on a daily basis for chlorine, fluoride, Ph, carbon dioxide, and alkalinity to ensure the water being supplied is safe and dependable. The Division adheres to all rules and regulations set forth by the EPA and the State of Tennessee. The Water Treatment Division works under the general direction of the Water Treatment Manager who coordinates the daily work schedules of four employees, a Water Plant Operator, a Utility Maintenance Specialist and two Maintenance Workers.
Water Treatment Plant 4
High Service Pumps
The Town's water is supplied by twelve deep wells that pump from 280 feet to 600 feet deep aquifers directly to one of five water treatment plants for processing. Well capacity totals 23.5 million gallons per day (MGD). Collierville's water mains vary in size from six inches to sixteen inches with pressure on those mains ranging from 65 to 105 pounds per square inch. Storage capacity is 4.2 million gallons in one overhead, two ground level, and three underground reservoirs. The average daily usage is 5.8 MGD in 2013.
Utility Maintenance Specialist