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OWDA awarded a $45,667,800 Fresh Water loan to the City of Piqua for the construction of a 6.75 million gallons per day (MGD) drinking water treatment plant for the City’s approximately 8,800 customers. The facility, which will treat surface water from multiple sources, will use conventional treatment technologies including flocculation/sedimentation, Granular Activated Carbon filters, rapid sand filtration, and water softening provided through a lime/soda ash method. The new facility will also be switching from use of chlorine gas, which has concerns relating to leaks/contamination that require a facility to identify a kill zone, to liquid sodium hypochlorite, a much safer disinfecting agent.