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Huie Site Recreation Master Plan Community Input Public Meeting

The Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) is working with Lose and Associates to create a Recreation Master Plan for its Huie Site in the southern part of the county. This property was originally developed as a spray irrigation facility for the disposal and reuse of treated wastewater. Some of th...


CCWA Earns Top Industry Awards at Fall Conference

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Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) staff earned several industry awards for outstanding operations during the Georgia Association of Water Professionals (GAWP) Fall Conference last month. During GAWP’s Fall Conference held November 17-18 in Athens, CCWA received the 2015 Distribution System Go...


Don't Pour Holiday Grease Down the Drain

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Fats, oils and grease are just as bad for sanitary sewer systems as they are for waistlines. The upcoming holiday season often brings an increase in the number of clogged sewer lines because of people pouring used fats, oils and greases down the drain. Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) offici...


CCWA Increases Small Local Business Program Limits For Qualifications

Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) recently raised the limits for qualifications for its Small Local Business Enterprise Program to encourage more businesses to participate in the program. “We currently have close to 70 businesses certified with our program, but we want to see that number cont...


CCWA Launches New Logo that includes Concept from two local high school students

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Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) staff and board members are excited to launch a new logo today and even more excited that the concept for the logo came from two Forest Park High School (FPHS) students during a collaboration between CCWA and the Clayton County Public School (CCPS) district l...


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