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PCWASA (770) 487-7993

1127 Highway 74 South • Peachtree City, GA 30269

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Frequently Asked Questions

Administrative Questions

How is PCWASA governed? How is the Authority organized?

The Peachtree City Water and Sewerage Authority is a public corporation of the state, legally created by an Act of the Georgia General Assembly in 1987. The Authority has a five-member Board of Directors that provides the policies of the utility carried out by a full-time staff of professionals. Board Members are appointed to five-year terms by the Mayor and Council of Peachtree City.

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What does PCWASA do?

The Authority is authorized by its charter to acquire, construct, rehab, improve and enhance the sewer system for Peachtree City, including the pursuit of projects for the collection, treatment, and disposal of sewage waste, or operation of sewer system facilities.

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What constitutes the PCWASA sewer system?

The PCWASA sewer system consists of two wastewater treatment plants, 35 pumping stations, and approximately 200 miles of force mains and sewer lines, as well as related collection, conveyance, treatment, and technical services and processes.

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