Every spring on the fourth Saturday in April, CCWA sponsors a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day at the W.B. Casey Water Reclamation Facility in Jonesboro. This free event is for Clayton County residents only so they can drop off a wide variety of items we often have stored somewhere around the house that have a detrimental affect on our environment. Clayton County residents are able to dispose of household paints, pesticides, herbicides, bleaches, chlorine, drain cleaners, motor oil, transmission fluid, fluorescent bulbs, fire extinguishers, oven cleaners, propane and butane tanks, automotive and household batteries, aerosols, insect sprays and rodent killers and over-the-counter or prescription medications. Learn More »

The week of March 19-23, Meter Services and Customer Service staff will be at our Headquarters Office on Battle Creek Road in Morrow and our Forest Park Office on Forest Parkway between 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. providing demonstrations on how to check for leaks inside your home and how to make simple leak repairs on faucets and toilets. Stop by to find out more about how fixing leaks saves you money, learn about our Toilet Rebate Program and and enter to win one of two $50 water bill credits. Learn More »

CCWA's public fishing season opens March 1, giving residents the chance to enjoy beautiful reservoirs close to home. Visitors can spend the day fishing, canoeing or just enjoying a picnic in a peaceful setting. Clayton County residents pay $5 per vehicle or $30 for a season pass. Non-county residents pay $10 per vehicle or $40 for a season pass. Click Learn More for details. Learn More »

CCWA's Residential Toilet Rebate Program encourages customers to save money and water by replacing older, inefficient toilets. Eligible customers receive a $100 rebate for installing an approved WaterSense Certified 1.28 gallons per flush toilet. Customers may receive up to two (2) rebates per household. These rebates are applied as a credit to the customers' CCWA account. Learn More »

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