Welcome to the Smyrna Water Treatment Plant. The Smyrna Water Treatment Plant is a conventional drinking water treatment plant that has a capacity of 15.2 million gallons per day. We are located in Smyrna, Tennessee approximately 25 miles southeast of Nashville, Tennessee.
American Water Works Association Kentucky-Tennessee Section Award Winning Plant 1999-2000 Award of Excellence for Plant Operations 10 Million Gallons Per Day and Above Category on October 3, 2000.
Our mission is to provide a continuous supply of safe, palatable drinking water -- safe and free from contaminants that can cause disease or be toxic to a consumer; and palatable water that is free of unpleasant characteristics such as color, odor, taste and turbidity. We strive to provide the best drinking water possible and to inform our customers of the quality of water that they are consuming.
To assist our customers in understanding lead and copper exposures related to drinking water, the following information is being provided for education on regulations, guidance documents, sampling procedures and other related materials. All historical lead and copper sampling results from 1992 to present are also available for viewing.
- Provide all lead and copper sampling results. See attached spreadsheet.
- Provide lead and copper education materials and links to additional guidance. Click here for information