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  • Columbus Water Works
    help answer some basic questions you may have about water quality your meter checking for leaks outdoor watering and more If you need more information a customer service representative will be happy to help you To learn more please click on the links below Drinking Water Concerns Questions About Your Meter Outdoor Water Schedule Customer Service Your Account Rates Fees New Service Disconnecting Transferring Payment Options Customer Information FAQs CALL

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/customerservice/customerinformation.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    Safety Reports Fort Benning Contact Us Social Media Blog Loading Frequently Asked Questions Please click on the links below for questions regarding the following categories Leaks Billing Water Quality Sewer Backflow Customer Service Your Account Rates Fees New Service Disconnecting Transferring Payment Options Customer Information FAQs CALL BEFORE YOU DIG Whether you are planning to do it yourself or hire a professional smart digging means calling 811 before each job

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/customerservice/frequentlyaskedquestions.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    an organization in the way we operate our facilities and in the way we run the business of providing water and wastewater services to the community A number of programs demonstrate this commitment and the links to the departments provide greater detail on these initiatives We are excited about the possibilities and look forward to working in partnership with you to make Columbus a community among the best Departments Water

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/departments/departments.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    than 65 000 homes businesses and industries every day Environmentally sound wastewater treatment is equally important to a community s health and well being and CWW offers collection and treatment of wastewater from more than 62 000 customer locations daily For more information please click on the links below North Columbus Water Resource Facility Water Quality Report Drinking Water Fact Sheet Departments Water Treatment Wastewater Treatment Managed Maintenance Water Quality

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/departments/watertreatment.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    note that 99 9 percent of wastewater is actually water The treatment process to bring wastewater to within regulated levels before being discharged back into the environment is broken into several phases Preliminary treatment wastewater coming to the treatment plant also known as influent enters through the head chamber where a device called the bar screen removes large solid pieces of debris Sand and grit are also removed in this area This helps to protect the mechanical units that house other processes during treatment Debris from the grit tank and bar screen is collected and sent to the city landfill Primary treatment during this step wastewater is sent to a primary settling tank where the solids and greases physically separate from the liquid The wastewater is held in the tank for several hours so solid particles can sink to the bottom and the oils and greases can float to the top Secondary treatment this phase relies on a biological treatment from microorganisms or good bugs that literally eat the organic material in the wastewater The partially treated wastewater goes into an area of the plant called aeration basins where the heavy liquid is mixed and air bubbles are added to help the good bugs multiply as they feed on the organic matter This mixture is then sent to a tank known as the final clarifier where the remaining solids settle to the bottom The material on the bottom is then sent to the solids handling facility Final treatment a disinfectant typically chlorine is added to the remaining wastewater to kill any harmful microorganisms before it is discharged into the Chattahoochee River The treated wastewater that is discharged is called effluent Additionally CWW adds the extra step of removing the chlorine before it discharges ithe effluent into the river Solids processing

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/departments/wastewatertreatment.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    We currently employ nearly 40 professionals who make up the following four groups Mechanical Maintenance Electrical Instrumentation Maintenance Automotive Maintenance Sewer Maintenance Our department also assists with the maintenance supervision of the Combined Sewer Overflow The fine foot soldiers of this department participate in almost every CWW maintenance activity Departments Water Treatment Wastewater Treatment Managed Maintenance Water Quality Monitoring Environmental Compliance Field Services Engineering Strategic Planning Employee Services Finance Information

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/departments/managedmaintenance.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    are required for all employees performing the laboratory test with most employees having dual State of Georgia licenses in both drinking water and wastewater Testing is performed on drinking water and wastewater samples Please click on the links below to learn more about the CWW Laboratory General Services Ground Water River Monitoring Contract Services Water Wastewater Testing CSO Testing Departments Water Treatment Wastewater Treatment Managed Maintenance Water Quality Monitoring Environmental

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/departments/waterqualitymonitoring.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • Columbus Water Works
    In the 1960 s Columbus constructed one of the first wastewater treatment plants in Georgia to ensure protection of the area s precious water resources When combined sewer overflows created concerns in the late 80 s CWW invested in the necessary technology to capture and treat this potential polluter Nationally recognized for its biosolids management program CWW is leading the way for other utilities across the country to follow Its innovative idea to convert a former landfill into an environmental learning center demonstrated CWW s commitment to educating not only current but future generations about the critical issues surrounding environmental protection As a provider of water and wastewater services CWW believes it is important that we look at our watershed as a whole and work to preserve it Actively participating in leadership roles with regional initiatives CWW is working to ensure a legacy of maintaining the delicate balance of withdrawing and returning water to the Chattahoochee River For more information about Environmental Compliance please click on links below Industrial Pretreatment Program Fats Oils and Grease Backflow Prevention Watershed Protection Source Water Protection Water Conservation Departments Water Treatment Wastewater Treatment Managed Maintenance Water Quality Monitoring Environmental Compliance Field Services Engineering Strategic

    Original URL path: http://www.cwwga.org/plaintext/departments/environmentalcompliance.aspx (2016-05-01)
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