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  • Columbus Water Works
    10 years old try these fun activities Thirstin s Water Cycle Adventure A link from EPA Games Activities Learn all about the water cycle and put your crayons to use too Thirstin s Wacky Water Adventure Activity Book 566 K PDF FILE 16 pgs More fun games and coloring book pages A link from EPA Games Activities Word Scramble Game The game that lets you unscramble one word in a sentence and lets you know instantly if you have the right answer A link from EPA Games Activities Water Treatment Cycle An illustration of the water treatment process A link from EPA Games Activities Water Trivia Facts Fun water facts continue how long can you live without water More Water Cycle Information On sunny days the sunshine warms up bodies of water such as rivers streams ponds lakes and even the ocean Grades 5 to 8 you ll enjoy these activities Word Scramble PDF 1pp 129 K A fun game to print and play A Link from EPA Games Activities What s Wrong with this Picture Investigate this family and see if you can find all of the mistakes they are making A link from EPA Games Activities Water Treatment

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/departments/kids.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    We hope that these resources will make it easier for you to teach these important lessons whether you are a teacher or parent All grade levels EPA Student Center Activities and lessons about a variety of water topics ranging from the water treatment process to exploring estuaries The Water Sourcebooks More than 300 activities for students focusing on an introduction to water water treatment resources and conservation A link from EPA EPA Teaching Resources Lessons and activities about drinking water ecosystems lakes oceans rivers water pollution and watersheds A link from EPA Kid s Stuff Drinking Water and Groundwater Lesson plans and activities about water A link from EPA Pre kindergarten through 4th grade Darby Duck and the Aquatic Crusaders Students join Darby Duck in the fight against water pollution A link from EPA Grades 5 8 Water Science for Schools The US Geological Survey s site with activities and information to learn more about the earth s water A link from USGS Down the Drain How much water do you use every day in your home Introduces students to the topic of water use and to data gathering and analysis From the Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education CIESE A link from CIESE Non point Source Pollution Experiment A class activity to demonstrate what an average storm drain collects during a rainfall A link from EPA Grades 9 12 Water Science for Schools The US Geological Survey s site with activities and information to learn more about the earth s water High School Environmental Center Information and activities about water topics including water treatment conservation pollution and aquatic ecosystems A link from EPA Build Your Own Watershed A class activity to illustrate the basic properties of a watershed A link from EPA Question Answer Game A card game

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/departments/teachersandparents.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    completed applications to Student Project Program Columbus Water Works Attn Corporate and Community s Coordinator Mail P O Box 1600 Columbus GA 31902 Fax 706 327 3845 Email gmarsh cwwga org If you have any questions or would like to discuss a project please contact the Corporate and Community s Program Coordinator Phone 706 649 3454 Email gmarsh cwwga org Educational Resource Kids Teachers Parents Student Project Program CALL BEFORE

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  • Automatic Bank Draft
    An automatic bank draft payment plan can be established simply by picking up a form at our main office Once you ve completed the form drop it off with a Customer Service Representative or return it with your regular payment Please include a voided check with your correct bank routing number and account number You may also apply online by filling out the form below It takes approximately six weeks to process the request verify banking information and establish bank draft service Once it is in place you will continue to receive your monthly statement which will read Bank Draft Do not pay Until this notice appears you will need to continue to pay your bill as you normally would You can end the service at any time by simply filling out a termination bank draft form and speaking with a customer service representative Automatic Bank Draft Form Name Customer Number Telephone Number Email Banking Information Bank Name Select checking account or savings account Checking Account Savings Account Routing Number Account Number Bank City Bank State If not known contact your bank regarding the routing number I hereby authorize Board of Water Commisioners Columbus Water Works Columbus Georgia to initiate debit or credit entries to my account with the above stated Bank of payment of monthly charges billed to the above referenced Columbus Water Works account This authority will remain in force until Columbus Water Works and bank have received written notification from me at least 30 days before its termination This includes the right to stop payment of the debit entry by notification to the bank prior to the date the charge is made Also if an erroneous debit entry is initiated by Columbus Water Works I grant Columbus Water Works permsission to make correcting debit or credit entries

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  • Columbus Water Works
    a high standard of quality and performance Vendors are selected based upon the cost of the product service quality and product availability Columbus Water Works uses a number of vendors to handle its operations everything from business office services to chemicals for the plants A minimum of three quotes are received from vendors to demonstrate that the market for goods and services has been evaluated Engineering Projects Development Specifications Rates

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  • The Pipeline : New Grease Collection Sites!
    in Good Shape TRAFFIC IMPACT EXPECTED ALONG 2ND AVENUE Fire Hydrant Pressure Gauges Frequently Asked Questions about Lead in Drinking Water Columbus Water Works Response to the Water Crisis in Flint Michigan What s Your Water Really Worth Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 June 2014 April 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 June 2013 Subscribe RSS 2 0 Feed The Pipeline Wednesday September 16 2015 New Grease Collection Sites Last July Columbus Water Works opened our first two stationary drop off sites for customers to leave their used kitchen grease in a disposable container any time of day any day of the year The response from the community has been extremely positive Based on these results we have expanded the number of locations available for grease drop off Please remember that kitchen grease should never be poured down the drains It can cause major damage to the sewer lines on private property as well as the public sewer lines All of the sites listed below are now available for use John Rigdon Park 6800 Psalmond Road Corner of Buena Vista Road and Higgs Drive Corner of Lindsay Drive and Glenwood Drive Corner of 45th Street and 2nd Avenue South Commons CSO Lumpkin Boulevard behind the Civic Center Frank Chester Park 1441 Benning Road 1335 Alexander Street past the entrance to Columbus Water Works Service Center on the right 3001 South Lumpkin Road Through the South Columbus Water Resources Facility main gate Click here to view a map of these locations To learn more about what should not go down

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/blogpost/socialmedia_blog/newgreasecollectionsites.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • The Pipeline : Turning Waste into an Energy Generator
    Feed The Pipeline Tuesday December 03 2013 Turning Waste into an Energy Generator In today s society recycling has become a priority as we work to protect our natural resources and the environment for future generations Nearly everything that we consume has a waste product packaging materials food scraps cooking fats oils and grease broken or worn out household items and electronics human and animal waste etc Although many of these items are naturally occurring themselves it can create health risks if not dealt with properly Society has created ways to safely manage the disposal of these items which protects public health Many of these necessary measures are costly because of the high levels of energy needed Columbus Water Works CWW has been working with industry leaders over the past 20 years to find a way to turn our wastewater into energy ultimately supplementing the energy used and creating a renewable energy source Over years of study and evaluation the Biosolids Flow Through Thermophilic Treatment BFT3 process was born CWW refers to this as the Columbus BFT3 or CBFT3 The CBFT3 design was patented in 2005 CWW donated this patent to the Water Environmental Research Foundation WERF which would allow other utilities to benefit from this technology CWW is recognized internationally and nationally as a model for developing this process as well as successfully implementing it This process takes advantage of the natural energy created when Micro organisms bugs breakdown wastewater resulting in approximately 400 000 cubic feet a day of Methane gas CWW has two generators that run on Methane gas to convert this energy into a clean power source that actually powers other aspects of the plant ultimately saving an between 300 000 and 500 000 each year depending on electric power pricing For more details on the

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/blogpost/socialmedia_blog/turningwasteintoanenergygenerator.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • The Pipeline : Columbus and Fort Benning Drinking Water Plants Both Win Plant of the Year!
    quality goals The Georgia Association of Water Professionals recently honored several of the Columbus Water Works CWW Water Treatment facilities with very prestigious awards All participating water treatment plants must undergo a rigorous onsite inspection performed by a team of technical experts in the water treatment field The exhaustive inspection encompasses numerous criteria including such items as treatment processes laboratory testing record keeping maintenance and safety Participation in the awards program is voluntary Highlighting the facilities awards this year the North Columbus Water Resource Facility NCWRF received the Plant of the Year Award for Outstanding Operation of a Water Treatment Plant in the category of Surface Water 50 MGD and Greater The NCWRF was built in 1915 and has gone 100 consecutive years without a violation The Fort Benning Water Treatment Plant received the Plant of the Year Award for Outstanding Operation of a Water Treatment Plant in the category of Surface Water 3 8 99 MGD The new FBWTP is a state of the art membrane treatment facility and this is the first time in history the FBWTP has won the Plant of the Year The Fort Benning Leyte Well received the Plant of the Year Award for Outstanding Operation in the category of Ground Water less than 1 MGD The Fort Benning Griswold Range Well received a Certificate of Achievement Award for scoring greater than 95 on the plant of the year audit The GAWP Gold and Platinum awards are also given to Georgia Water Supply facilities who consistently meet compliance with drinking water regulations The Fort Benning Water Treatment Plant received a Gold Award in the surface water treatment category for 100 permit compliance In the ground water well category Malone 17 Tricolor Range and Leyte Field Range received a Gold Award for 100 percent permit compliance

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/blogpost/socialmedia_blog/columbusandfortbenningdrinkingwaterplantsbothwinplantoftheyear.aspx (2016-05-01)
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