Water Reclamation Facilities

The Clayton County Water Authority operates three award-winning facilities.

W.B. Casey Water Resource Recovery Facility

The W.B. Casey WRRF was put into operation in the fall of 2004. This wastewater treatment plant can treat up to 24 Million Gallons Per Day (MGD) of wastewater. The treated effluent from this plant is piped to our E.L. Huie Jr. Constructed Treatment Wetlands for additional treatment. Mike Holt is the Plant Supervisor.

Treatment Plant Operator Magazine featured the W.B. Casey Water Reclamation Facility as a top plant performer in its June 2011 issue. Click here to read the article.

W.B. Casey Pelletizing Facility

The solids from the W. B. Casey WRF are converted into sanitized pellets and sold to a fertilizer company under the registered name Agri-Plus 650. This solids handling facility was constructed in 1980 and renovated in 2011. Dan Doss is the Supervisor.

Northeast Water Reclamation Facility

The Northeast WRF originally opened in 1971 and was upgraded in 1986, 1996 and 2008. This wastewater treatment plant can treat up to 10 MGD. The treated effluent from this award-winning facility is discharged into Panther Creek. David Blackstock is the Plant Supervisor.

Shoal Creek Water Reclamation Facility

The Shoal Creek WRF originally opened in 1982 and was expanded in 1990, 1993 and 2002. This wastewater treatment plant can treat up to 4.4 MGD. The treated effluent from this plant is discharged to the Panhandle Constructed Treatment Wetlands for additional treatment. Herlon Fayard is the Plant Supervisor.

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