Pelham Waste Water Treatment Plant
The Pelham Waste Water Treatment Plant is a municipal water treatment plant operated by the City of Pelham off of Old Tuscaloosa Road south of the Pelham Industrial Park and "Pelham Keys", a flooded former limestone quarry.
Approximately 70% of the city is served by the municipal sanitary sewer system. The facility has a capacity of 4 million gallons per day and currently operates at slightly over 50% capacity. The plant uses the "Oxidation Ditch" process, utilizing ultraviolet light.
- Reed, Martin J. (July 24, 2015) "Upwards of 4,000 gallons of sewage spill from Pelham into Buck Creek." The Birmingham News
- Pelham Water & Sewer Department at pelhamonline.com