Blending Form and Function

Tuscumbia, Alabama


Tuscumbia is Alabama's first to use blended series membrane technology

Garver provided project design, funding assistance, bond issue assistance, construction management, and operational support for a new water-softening treatment plant that was the first in Alabama to use a blended series membrane process. Teaming with the City of Tuscumbia, Garver’s design replaced a 60-year-old plant that had outlived its usefulness with one that is double the size and outfitted with raw-water pumping, pretreatment basins, membranes, disinfection, high-service pumping, and a 500,000-gallon clearwell. The filtration technology was the centerpiece of the 4 million-gallons-per-day-plant, which purified and softened the city’s water that was high in alkalinity. The blended series membrane process meets all filtration requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act.

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This community invested in the best available technology for its customer base, and this new plant is the only one of its kind in Alabama.
Kevin Mullins Garver Senior Project Manager

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