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Water and sewage company definitions

Water and sewage companies supply fresh water into homes. The water utility company supplies water for drinking and everyday use. The sewage utility company removes waste water and takes it to a treatment plant. The following are various terms associated with water and sewage utility companies.

  • Water Treatments – All water that comes out of the tap for drinking or taking showers and baths has been treated. Usually tap water has been treated with chemicals, like chlorine, to get rid of bacteria. However, there is concern for the safety of tap water, especially if it moves through old lead pipes.
  • Water Purification – Many products are sold to purify water, either in bottles or attachments to faucets. Technically, to purify water you must removed impurities, such as chemicals that have been added to the water, while still keeping the water clean. An example is distilled water.
  • Sewer Lines – the pipes that run from a sewer treatment plant to commercial and residential buildings. These lines remove waste water and treat it. Depending on the technology of the plant, some of the waste water is then recycled to be reused.
  • Septic Tanks – Sometimes called on-site sewer systems, septic tanks operate individually with each house and business. They work like main sewer lines except for the fact that instead of the water going to a treatment plant, it stays on the property and goes into a septic tank. From the septic tank the water goes into the drainfield, also on the property of the home, where the water is treated using microbes in the soil.
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    A1-Quick Dryout Cleaning
    N/A, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
    Contact us at (866) 367-4702 in Stone Mountain, GA, to request our helpful carpet cleaning and water damage repair services.
    (866) 367-4702
    Restoration Services Atlanta
    272 Lake Forrest Ln Ne Atlanta, Georgia 30342, Atlanta, GA 30342
    This company is based in the Atlanta Georgia area and they offer many combined years of experience in the removal and treatment of water damaged belongings. They strive to be number one in customer se
    (404) 586-4725
    Marietta Meters
    1492 South Cobb Drive, Suite 200, Marietta, GA 30060
    Marietta Meters is a family owned and operated based in Marietta, Georgia. We buy all types of scrap water meters including American Water Meters, Rockwell Water Meters, Sensus Water Meters, Neptune
    (770) 592-0333
    Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority
    11325 Brown Bridge Rd, Covington, GA 30016
    (770) 787-1375
    Henry County Water and Sewer
    199 Preservation Dr, Jackson, GA 30233
    (770) 898-2465
    Newton County Water and Sewerage
    11125 City Pond Rd, Oxford, GA 30054
    (678) 212-6056
    Alcovy Shores Water & Sewage Authority
    484 Blue Heron Dr, Monticello, GA 31064
    (770) 786-2542
    White Water Creek Ca Inc
    100 Cherry Hills Dr, Fayetteville, GA 30215
    (770) 703-2440
    Georgia Rural Water Association
    410 Thomaston St, Barnesville, GA 30204
    (770) 358-0221
    Lamarcounty Water & Sewer Authority
    133 Forsyth St, Barnesville, GA 30204
    (770) 358-5114
    Peachtreee City Water Authority
    1127 Highway 74 S, Peachtree City, GA 30269
    (770) 487-7993
    Piedmont Company
    1380 W Paces Ferry Rd Nw Ste 1180, Atlanta, GA 30327
    (404) 665-5521
    Taulman Co The
    1831 Veterans Memorial Hwy Sw, Austell, GA 30168
    (770) 745-3030
    Veolia Water North America Operating Services LLC
    9750 Spruill Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30022
    (770) 751-0544
    Esg Operations
    100 Nichols Dr, Suwanee, GA 30024
    (770) 886-1225


    In the modern world, we take the supply of clean, potable water and the removal of waste for granted. Sewers have a long history. Although the health benefits of removing waste were probably little known, the benefits in terms of odor reduction were recognized by early civilizations and systems were built to either carry human waste away from homes or store it in cesspools. The oldest true flush toilet, with a cistern that fed water by gravity, has been found in the Minoan city of Knossos. Meanwhile, running water first showed up in the homes of wealthy Egyptians. In our society, a utility company arranges for the removal of sewage. In some rural areas the modern equivalent of the cesspool, the septic tank, is commonly in use. Septic tank professionals need permission to install systems and should perform inspections and maintain regularly. Utilities purify water and supply it, although those same rural communities may not have access to it. In those cases, well or spring water is used, with systems to treat it as necessary. Well pumps are often electric. The utility company often adds health promoting chemicals such as chlorine to the water. In the United States, tap water is expected to be drinkable. However, some people still purchase bottled water for drinking. Solar distilled water is popular in some areas. Water may come from aquifers, reservoirs or in rare cases desalinated seawater. This last technology remains rare and expensive. Much of a utility provider's job is to purify water to suitable levels. Sewage is removed and flows to treatment plants. As water becomes seen more as a resource that needs to be conserved, recycle services could become common. Greywater systems reuse water from the kitchen sink for irrigating gardens. Rain may also be collected and used for irrigation.
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