Water Plant Facilities
Bethpage Water District maintains 9 deep underground wells while currently utilizing 7 wells for production. There are also 2 elevated water storage tanks and 2 ground storage tanks located at 7 plant sites throughout the District’s 5-square mile service area.
Great care is taken by qualified professionals to keep the facilities well maintained - both aesthetically and mechanically. Each site is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure that is best suited for that particular location. Some of the more modern technologies include AOP (Advanced Oxidation Process), Air-stripping, Granular Activated Carbon Filtration or “GAC”, Nitrate Removal, Perchlorate Removal & back-up generators.
Through careful planning and budgeting, the water district's routine maintenance program is reviewed and implemented on an ongoing basis to ensure that each well location is kept in good working order to provide a continuous flow of water to the public for drinking and fire fighting.