Georgia Department of Corrections Water and Wastewater Facilities
Through a competitive bidding process, U.S. Water Services Corporation entered into a five-year contract, with the Georgia Department of Corrections to provide Management, Operations, and Maintenance services to the water and wastewater facilities. As a part of operations and maintenance of the plants U.S. Water Services Corporation will oversee all daily operations and maintenance activities, compliance sampling and laboratory analysis, reporting, routine preventative maintenance, spray field operations and maintenance, and record-keeping. These facilities are located throughout southern Georgia in Reidsville, Helena, Jackson, and Leesburg. They consist of a variety of treatment processes including the treatment of potable water, wastewater, and disposal of bio-solids.
U.S. Water Services Corporation is responsible for maintaining compliance with the Georgia Environmental Protection Department in all four locations. The treatment permits include the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), Land Application System (LAS) Permits, Drinking Water Permit, Groundwater Permit, and Consumer Confidence Report. The Georgia Department of Corrections treatment facilities varies in size from .168 Million Gallon per Day (MGD) to 1.06 MGD output.
|Georgia Diagnostic & Classification Prison – Wastewater Treatment Plant||0.400 MGD|
|Georgia Diagnostic & Classification Prison – Water Treatment Plant||0.300 MGD|
|Georgia and Rogers State Prisons – Wastewater Treatment Plant||0.850 MGD|
|Georgia and Rogers State Prison – Water Treatment Plant||1.5 MGD|
|Lee State Prison – Wastewater Treatment Plant||0.134 MGD|
|Lee State Prison – Water Treatment Plant||0.175 MGD|
|Telfair State Prison – Wastewater Treatment Plant||0.045 MGD|
Given U.S. Water Services Corporations’ extensive experience in operating facilities, we were able to meet all project certification requirements relative to the operation and treatment of the water and wastewater facilities. We strive to meet our goals of operational and regulatory requirements efficiently and cost-effectively.