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Iseley presented a case study paper on "Large Diameter Pipe Rehab with the Structural CCCP Technique," highlighting the introduction and application of centrifugally cast concrete pipe (CCCP) to save a collapsing corrugated storm pipe for the Clayton County Water Authority in Georgia.
Georgia's Clayton County Water Authority took the American Academy of Environmental Engineers Grand Prize for Environmental Sustainability.
Elsewhere, the Clayton County Water Authority in Georgia had to start from the ground up in constructing its GIS.
System Name: Clayton County Water Authority GIS System Category: Enterprise Systems
The Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) GIS System was developed in response to a need for accurate and timely facility and maintenance information at all levels of the organization.
The Clayton County Water Authority's (Morrow, Georgia) Water Resources Initiative 2000 got underway last year with the start of a project for constructed wetlands that is the first of a proposed $239 million worth of system improvements scheduled over the next 10 years.
There are only limited rural areas in the county to purchase additional acreage for spray irrigation, which enhances the value of adding constructed wetlands, says Wade Brannan, general manager of the Clayton County Water Authority.
In Clayton County, GA, the sewer line under 40 feet of embankment and eight feet of backfill showed signs of imminent failure and the Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) opted for a proactive approach.