Prepping for a Successful Treatment Plant Expansion

Prepping for a Successful Treatment Plant Expansion

Ryan Boadie (left), assistant manager of wastewater treatment operations and Adam Sylvester, wastewater treatment operator for the Macon Water Authorities Lower Poplar Wastewater Reclamation facility. (Photo by Matt Odom)

Industrial growth in the past decade has put the Macon Water Authority (MWA) in Georgia on the precipice of a major expansion of its wastewater treatment plants, currently sitting at about 80% capacity.

But the utility also only recently completed a $51 million rehab of its...

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