CITY UTILITIES AVAILABILITY FOR NON RESIDENTIAL USE -

April 4, 2018

Taliaferro County Development Authority

% Taliaferro County Commission

Crawfordville, Georgia 30631

The City of Crawfordville makes it a priority to promote business and jobs in Crawfordville and Taliaferro County. The City will do all in its power to furnish utilities to the new County Industrial Park as well as promoting the Crawfordville Industrial Site, which already has water, sewage, and limited natural gas.

At the present time, the City operates two wells and a 100,000 gallons per day sewage plant. The City currently processes approximately 33,000 gallons of residential sewage per day. This leaves 33,000 gallons per day for additional growth, with 33,000 gallons per day available as a buffer when normal usage is exceeded or emergency situations exist. These numbers apply to residential sewage only, and all other types of sewage must be evaluated by the EPD.

We asked that a letter from CSRA Analytical Labs with this information be sent directly from them to you, but were advised that this information must be requested by you. The request by you must be addressed as follows:


CSRA Analytical Labs, Inc.

1005 Emmett Street

Augusta, Georgia 30904

706-733-0848


EPD Northeast District

745 Gaines School Road

Athens, Georgia 30605

706-369-6376

 

Sincerely,

Larry Stewart, Mayor


 

Category: General | Posted by: mayor

April 4, 2018

Taliaferro County Development Authority

% Taliaferro County Commission

Crawfordville, Georgia 30631

The City of Crawfordville makes it a priority to promote business and jobs in Crawfordville and Taliaferro County. The City will do all in its power to furnish utilities to the new County Industrial Park as well as promoting the Crawfordville Industrial Site, which already has water, sewage, and limited natural gas.

At the present time, the City operates two wells and a 100,000 gallons per day sewage plant. The City currently processes approximately 33,000 gallons of residential sewage per day. This leaves 33,000 gallons per day for additional growth, with 33,000 gallons per day available as a buffer when normal usage is exceeded or emergency situations exist. These numbers apply to residential sewage only, and all other types of sewage must be evaluated by the EPD.

We asked that a letter from CSRA Analytical Labs with this information be sent directly from them to you, but were advised that this information must be requested by you. The request by you must be addressed as follows:

CSRA Analytical Labs, Inc.

Chris Jeter

1005 Emmett Street

Augusta, Georgia 30904

706-733-0848

EPD Northeast District

745 Gaines School Road

Athens, Georgia 30605

706-369-6376

Sincerely,

Larry Stewart, Mayor