The Abbotsford Eau Pleine Water Treatment Plant was completed in 2012. The 500,000 gallons per day and a total capacity of 1,000,000 gallons per day plant contains a redundant surface water treatment process.
The EP WTP receives water from 12 vertical collector wells. The raw water collection system includes 12 pitless units, 2 raw water meter buildings and over 2 miles of raw water piping.
The EP WTP process consists of air strippers to oxidize iron and remove radon, chemical rapid mix, four stage flocculation, including settling plates, trimedia gravity filtration, ultra violet disinfection, and chlorine disinfection.