Water Treatment Plant
Construction on the PWC Water Treatment Plant (WTP) started on October on Wednesday, October 9th. Construction is expected to take 12-14 months. Once completed, the WTP will pull water from Lake Oconee to be treated and used as a potable water supply for what is known as the Reynolds Water System. This system is located in south Greene County and includes the following areas: Del Webb, The Landing, Reynolds at Lake Oconee. It also includes the Highway 44 corridor starting just outside Harbor Club and ending at the Lake Oconee Village commercial area.

Plant Detail
The WTP will have an initial design capacity of 2 million gallons per day (MGD), and can be expanded to 5 MGD. This plant will replace the ground water wells that currently provide water to the Reynolds Water System.

Construction Progress
Please visit this page periodically for updates on the Water Treatment Plant construction.

July 2020
Aerial views as of July 11, 2020.






May 2020
Aerial views as of May, 2020.





November 2019
Aerial views as of November, 2019.





October 2019
Aerial views with the plant site marked in red on the first picture. (Please note these do not show exact site boundaries.)