Huie Constructed Treatment Wetlands Phase 4 Now in Operation


Phase 4 of the Clayton County Water Authority���s E.L. Huie Jr. Constructed Treatment Wetlands was put into operation in early September, giving the Authority the capacity to return 17.4 million gallons per day (MGD) from the site to our water supply reservoirs. The 532 acre Huie CTW site is loca...

Stream Cleanup at Independence Park Was a Huge Success


Community volunteers came out in force on October 23rd to help clean up Beaver Dam Creek and the surrounding area in Independence Park. Every fall, Clayton County Water Authority’s (CCWA) Storm Water Management Section hosts this event where volunteers work together to clean trash, litter a...

Constructed Wetlands Exhibit to be Displayed at Fernbank Museum

Clayton County Water Authority���s (CCWA) innovative use of constructed treatment wetlands will be part of a special exhibit at Fernbank Museum of Natural History on Saturday, November 13th from 10 a.m. ��� 2 p.m. The museum recently opened a new exhibit entitled ���Water:H2O=Life��� that runs th...

East Jesters Creek Stream Restoration/Nature Preserve Project Underway in Lake City


Clayton County Water Authority’s (CCWA) latest stream restoration project is a joint effort with Lake City that will result in a more stable stream and a nature preserve for area residents. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on September 21st to mark the beginning of both projects. The East...

More than 700 Visitors Enjoyed 11th Annual Wetlands & Watershed Festival


Visitors at the Clayton County Water Authority���s 11th Annual Wetlands and Watershed Festival held on October 2nd enjoyed the beautiful fall weather while having fun learning about nature. CCWA Staff logged in 703 visitors during the festival, which was held at the Newman Wetlands Center in Hamp...

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