Water Purification Plants & Tours

Wave of water.
Click here to view a map  identifying all Regional water and wastewater facilitiesAdobe Portable Document Format (PDF)586KB.

This map includes the location of all treatment plants, pumping stations, reservoirs and municipal wells.

Halton Region owns and operates 6 Water Purification Plants (WPP) that provide more than *182,613 cubic metres of clean, fresh drinking water every day - the equivalent of 73 Olympic sized pools - for use by Halton residents and businesses. 

* 2006 Daily Average

Plant Tours

To arrange an individual or group tour to see how Water Purification Plants operate, please contact the Supervisor of the facility you are interested in. Casual clothes and comfortable shoes or boots are recommended for tour participants.

  • To call: Dial 311 or 905-825-6000 or Toll free 1-866-4HALTON (1-866-442-5866)
Halton's Water Purification Plants

Location

Supervisor

Extension

Acton    
Prospect Park, 30 Park Ave. (view mapExternal Link) Peter Hayes 3250
Burlington    
Burlington WPP, 3249 Lakeshore Rd.  (view mapExternal Link) Bish Machcinski
4587
Oakville    
Oakville WPP, 21 Kerr St. (view mapExternal Link) George Trencs 7776
Burloak WPP, 3380 Rebecca St. (view mapExternal Link) Larry Charlton 7438
Georgetown    
Georgetown WPP, 241 Maple Ave. (view mapExternal Link) Peter Hayes 3250
Milton    
Kelso Wells, 5234 Kelso Road (view mapExternal Link) Peter Hayes 3250