Customers in Northern Part of County Experiencing Taste/Odor Issues with Tap Water

Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) officials want to assure customers in the northern portion of the county that the musty/earthy taste and odor in their tap water is not harmful to their health and will be eliminated as soon as possible. CCWA staff began noticing a musty or earthy odor and ta...

CCWA Named Business of the Year by Clayton Chamber

The Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) received an exciting local honor last weekend when the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce named it the 2010 Business of the Year. CCWA received the honor during the Chamber���s 57th Annual Banquet held on January 29. Yulonda Beauford, president and CEO of...

Schedule Your School's Field Trip to CCWA's Wetlands Center


The spring field trip season is almost here for local schools and it is time to make your school’s reservations. Students will spend two hours, both indoors and outside on our wetlands trail, with a trained naturalist. They will learn about wetlands & water conservation and how these vi...

Even During Snow and Ice, CCWA Crews Answer the Call


While most people around metro Atlanta hunkered down during the winter storm, Clayton County Water Authority���s (CCWA) essential personnel knew they still had a job to do. Plant operators at the three water production facilities and three water reclamation facilities had to make sure customers h...

Winterize Your Home To Prevent Damage From Frozen Pipes

Homeowners in the U.S. report millions of dollars in damage each year from frozen water pipes bursting. Below are some tips to help you prevent similar damage during the winter months. Why pipe freezing is a problem Water has a unique property in that it expands as it freezes. This expansion put...

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