Drinking water treatment
Transforming natural water from reservoirs and other catchments into water suitable for human consumption is achieved through the different processes that are carried out in drinking water treatment stations (DWTP).
Both surface and underground waters that supply the Community of Madrid have, in origin, excellent quality. This quality is increased in the ETAP whose annual treatment capacity and technology allow the treatment of water from any source of supply.
DRINKING WATER TREATMENT PLANTS
The drinking water treatment station in Majadahonda entered service in 1967 and has been renovated several times, the last being in 2006-09. It has a treatment capacity of 3.8 m3 / s and it treats the water from the Picadas reservoir, in the Alberche river, and from the Guadarrama well field.