Water Treatment Plant
PO Box 27
Medicine Park, OK 73557
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Lawton Water Treatment Plant
The City of Lawton is committed to providing customers with a safe and reliable supply of high-quality drinking water. We test our water using sophisticated equipment and advanced procedures. The City of Lawton's water meets state and federal standards for both appearance and safety. This annual "Consumer Confidence Report" required by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), tells you where your water comes from, how the treated water quality compares to the required quality standards and other things you should know about drinking water.
TREATED WATER RESULTS:
pH range : 6.9 - 8.05
Hardness: 162 ppm or 9.47 grains per gallon avg.
Alkalinity: 116 ppm avg.
Fluoride: 0.99 ppm avg.
Turbidity: 0.12 ntu avg.
OTHER WATER DATA:
Total Water Treated: 7,259,951,000 gallons
Daily Avg: 19,890,277 gallons
Maximum Dail Flow: 32,800,000 gallons
Water Pumped from Lake Ellsworth: 4,636,598,000 gallons
Water Pumped from Lake Waurika: 2,569,622,000 gallons
Total Rainfall: 22.63"
Average Water Temp: 63 oF
Average Atmospheric Temp: 64 oF