Four-inch water mains couldn't flow enough water to satisfy the demands of the hundreds of workers building the Kemper County Energy Facility, so the Northwest Kemper Water Association decided to double down.
The CS&I Water Company goes back to the source to find the increased capacity it was searching for.
A dozen parts and components were repaired or replaced in short order to clear up several critical deficiencies and keep Roxie's water system in compliance with the health department
With multiple systems failing, the water and wastewater sytems at Oakley Youth Development Center required correction.
To stop the threat of contaminants squeezing into its water distribution network, the Taylorsville Water Association turned up the pressure.
Réservoir de stockage élevée de l'eau de l'Association de l'eau Langford Le Bourgeois avait besoin de réadaptation.
The water being piped into homes in the City of Fayette required so much treatment it was overwhelming the treatment plant until the city, county, state and WGK dove down deep in search of higher-quality water.
After a family in the Brignall Community lost their home when firefighters couldn't get enough water pressure out of the lines, the City of Brookhaven connected the community to the municipal water system.
The construction of a new highway to serve a fast-growing metro area required the Langford Water Association to relocate more than 15,000 linear feet of water lines.
When peak demands caused the Langford Water Association's system to weaken, the only answer was to add more muscle.
The Hancock County Utility Authority lines up and goes for two.
A 35-year-old water treatment plant is made new again, and an elevated water storage tank serving the city's industrial park gets a makeover.