Sadr R-3 Water Treatment Plant

By Kendal SmithMarch 17, 2009

USACE project engineer Simeon Francis examines filter actuators as they are being cleaned at the Sadr R-3 Water Treatment Plant in Baghdad. The plant began operating in mid-June 2008 and was fully operational on September 27. Three months of post-commissioning O&M support was provided at the plant, which at full capacity outputs approximately 25 million gallons of clean, quality water a day.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USACE project engineer Simeon Francis examines filter actuators as they are being cleaned at the Sadr R-3 Water Treatment Plant in Baghdad. The plant began operating in mid-June 2008 and was fully operational on September 27. Three months of post-commissioning O&M support was provided at the plant, which at full capacity outputs approximately 25 million gallons of clean, quality water a day. (Photo Credit: USACE Photo by Kendal Smith) VIEW ORIGINAL