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The MWA also has reopened its drive-thru window at the Albert Billingslea Headquarters Building. The drive-thru window was temporarily closed on April 6, as another precaution in the Authority’s response to the pandemic. MWA customers have several convenient payment options available to keep their accounts current during the pandemic. For more information on MWA payment options, check out the "Learn More" link below. Learn More »
Beginning Friday, May 1, the MWA will resume its previously announced public fishing season schedule for 金博棋牌. During the months of May and June, Javors Lucas Lake will be open to the public on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Javors Lucas Lake will be closed for public fishing during the months of July and August. From Saturday, Sept. 5, through Sunday, Oct. 25, Javors Lucas Lake will re-open two days per week on Saturdays and Sundays, from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Even as the Authority resumes public access to its drinking water reservoir, guests are required to practice social distancing and other safeguards and precautions still in place during the pandemic. For more information about the MWA Public Fishing Season, includes rates, rules and regulations, contact Gary McCoy, MWA Director of Water Operations, at 478-464-5653 or gmccoy@. Or, check out the “Learn More” link below. Learn More »
An effect of more people using wet wipes to "stop the spread" of the Coronavirus and COVID-19 is those wet wipes are ending up in the MWA sewer system. Remember, the toilet is not a trash can! While some wet wipes are marketed as “flushable” items, don’t believe it! Wet wipes actually are NOT flushable, because they do not “break up” like traditional toilet paper. According to a Consumer Reports article on “Think twice about flushing wet wipes,” the bottom line is this: “Treating soiled wet wipes like disposable diapers by tossing them in a lined wastebasket will definitely keep your drain and sewer pipes clear.” For a demonstration on why you should not flush wet wipes, see the "Learn More" link.
One of the effects of people staying 金博棋牌 during the COVID-19 pandemic is more grease is showing up in the MWA sewer system. We need your help to protect our sewer lines -- and your 金博棋牌's plumbing -- by keeping them free of fats, oils, and grease (or FOG). Please join us in the fight against FOG! First, wipe plates clean prior to washing in the sink or in the dishwater. Also, let grease cool, and then pour it into a sealed container to throw away. Finally, we have free, reusable grease can covers you can pick up at the drive-thru window at our Second Street Headquarters. For more information on Grease Education, check out the "Learn More" link below. Learn More »
During this current Coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic, the MWA reminds employees and customers of preventative measures they can take to help prevent the spread of the virus. • Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. • Not touching your mouth, nose, and eyes. • Avoiding close contact with those who show symptoms. • Covering your cough and sneeze. • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces. • Staying 金博棋牌 when sick. For more information on the latest developments related to the Coronavirus and your water utility, contact the MWA at 478-464-5600, or go online at www.epa.gov/coronavirus/coronavirus-and-drinking-water-and-wastewater. Learn More »