The Charles Allen Water Filtration Plant provides clean, safe, high-quality drinking water for more than 32,000 people living and working in the City of Englewood.
Englewood meets or exceeds all drinking water quality regulations of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Safe Drinking Water Act and similar requirements administered by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). A drinking water monitoring plan has been in effect since 2002.
The plant utilizes a conventional treatment process train consisting of coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration and chemical and ultraviolet light disinfection processes.
For more information:
- Video Tour of Allen Plant
- City of Englewood Advisory: Allen Plant (PDF file)
- 2016 Allen Plant Residuals Removal Project (PDF file)
- Spring 2016 PipeLine Newsletter (PDF file)
- CBS4 June 2016 Eric Keck Interview (PDF file)
- Letter to the Community from City Manager Eric Keck (PDF file)
- Gibb Epidemiology Consulting Allen Plant Residuals Assessment Report (PDF file)
- CIRSA Report - Englewood Allen Filter Plant Dust and Metals 070616 Report (PDF file)