Provides high quality drinking water and wastewater services, promote water conservation and work to safeguard public health and the environment. Miami Dade County maintains more than 7,700 miles of underground water lines, as well as about 6,200 miles of sewer lines, serving some 2.3 million residents and thousands of visitors. Our drinking water is regularly tested to ensure its quality and surpasses federal, state and local standards
DWSD serves more than 200,000 Detroit residential and commercial accounts. DWSD’s water network consists of more than 2,700 miles of transmission and distribution mains and nearly 3,000 miles of sewer collection piping.
Akron Waterways Renewed - The City has developed an Integrated Plan as a vehicle to prioritize and
re-evaluate the extensive capital investments that the City needs to make to its wastewater and stormwater systems over the next several years
Warren is a city in Macomb County in Michigan. With a population of approximately 135,000
Warren the largest city in Macomb County and the third largest city in Michigan. The city is home to a wide variety of businesses, including General Motors Technical Center, the United States Army Detroit Arsenal, home of the United States Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command and the Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC), the headquarters of Big Boy Restaurants International, and Asset Acceptance. The Engineering Division is responsible for delivering a cost?effective infrastructure system. The Division assesses the condition of the present road, sidewalk, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main systems.
South Florida Water Management District is the oldest and largest of the state's five water management districts, managing water resources in a 16 county region that stretches from Orlando to the Florida Keys, serving a population of 8.7 million.
GLWA provides nearly 40 percent of Michigan’s population with water of unquestionable quality, as well as effective and efficient wastewater services to nearly 30 percent of the state. Regional system serves seven counties including the City of Detroit for a total of 126 communities and approximately 4 million people.
Macomb County Public Works Office (MCPWO) administers nearly 900 county drains that prevent flooding in 27 communities. Some of these drains are open streams or creeks, while others are massive underground structures that carry storm water away from neighborhoods and businesses. In addition, MCPWO operates 48 miles of sanitary sewer lines which transport waste from 800,000 citizens to the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF) where it is treated before being released to the Detroit River.
The District protects public health and the environment by leading effective wastewater and stormwater management. As the largest wastewater treatment provider in the State of Ohio, the Sewer District spans 380 square miles, serves 62 communities and one million residents, and treats 90 billion gallons of wastewater a year using a network of sewers and three wastewater treatment plants.
PWSA provides quality water and quality services to approximately 83,000 customers throughout the City of Pittsburgh daily. PWSA's vision is to provide water and wastewater services that meet or exceed all regulations and customer expectations at the lowest possible cost.
Citizens provides safe, high quality water service to approximately 400,000 homes and businesses in the eight county Indianapolis area via 4,000 miles of pipeline from nine water treatment plants strategically located near primary water sources. CEG is also responsible for the collection and treatment of wastewater, commonly known as sewage, within the Indianapolis/Marion County Boundaries using a network of nearly 3,000 miles of sewer lines and two advanced wastewater treatment plants. CEG is also gradually converting approximately 20,000 properties in Marion County that are served by private septic systems to sanitary sewers.