DeKalb Reclamation

Solving Water Reclamation Challenges for Dekalb County

 

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As a part of the DeKalb Water Alliance Team, we are assisting DeKalb County with solving challenges related to the upgrade and expansion of the Snapfinger and Polebridge Creek Wastewater Reclamation Facilities and complying with the County’s NPDES MS4 requirements. Dekalb County is a diverse community of metro Atlanta, Georgia comprised of urban, suburban and rural regions served by the same utility.


We were responsible for obtaining the permits needed to expand the Snapfinger and Pole Bridge Creek AWTFs including planning, coordination and communication with regulatory agencies to ensure permits are issued on schedule and according to requirements.

Specifically, our role is assisting the County in complying with permitting requirements and minimizing the negative impacts to water resources. DeKalb County water resources are shared by the Chattahoochee River Basin and the Ocmulgee River Basin within the Atlanta Metropolitan area.

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Our tasks on this project include the development of the DeKalb County Watershed Protection Plan, a long-term Water Quality and Biologic Monitoring Plan, a TMDL Implementation Action Plan and a Septic Tank Elimination Plan

The AWTF project is subject to several regulatory requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). The project had to undergo an Anti-degradation Review and produce an Environmental Information Document

Anti-degradation Review–
The Review was developed in accordance with guidelines 
outlined in the “Planning for Domestic Wastewater Systems” docum As a part of the DeKalb Water Alliance Team, we are assisting DeKalb County with solving challenges related to the upgrade and expansion of the Snapfinger and Polebridge Creek Wastewater Reclamation Facilities and complying with the County’s NPDES MS4 requirements. Dekalb County is a diverse community of metro Atlanta, Georgia comprised of urban, suburban and rural regions served by the same utility.

We were responsible for obtaining the permits needed to expand the Snapfinger and Pole Bridge Creek AWTFs including planning, coordination and communication with regulatory agencies to ensure permits are issued on schedule and according to requirements.

Specifically, our role is assisting the County in complying with permitting requirements and minimizing the negative impacts to water resources. DeKalb County water resources are shared by the Chattahoochee River Basin and the Ocmulgee River Basin within the Atlanta Metropolitan area.

Our tasks on this project include the development of the DeKalb County Watershed Protection Plan, a long-term Water Quality and Biologic Monitoring Plan, a TMDL Implementation Action Plan and a Septic Tank Elimination Planent. Approval 
of this review provided DeKalb County the ability to continue to economically 
provide sewer service to its current and future citizens by creating adequate wastewater treatment capacity.
 
Environmental Information Document–
The EID provided the following information:

  • An evaluation of current and future 
conditions with potential impacts by construction activities.
  •  Impacts to the environment within the vicinity of the facilities.
  • Impacts to the service area located in DeKalb County, Georgia.



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Our tasks on this project include the development of the DeKalb County Watershed Protection Plan, a long-term Water Quality and Biologic Monitoring Plan, a TMDL Implementation Action Plan and a Septic Tank Elimination Plan

The AWTF project is subject to several regulatory requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). The project had to undergo an Anti-degradation Review and produce an Environmental Information Document

Anti-degradation Review–
The Review was developed in accordance with guidelines 
outlined in the “Planning for Domestic Wastewater Systems” docum As a part of the DeKalb Water Alliance Team, we are assisting DeKalb County with solving challenges related to the upgrade and expansion of the Snapfinger and Polebridge Creek Wastewater Reclamation Facilities and complying with the County’s NPDES MS4 requirements. Dekalb County is a diverse community of metro Atlanta, Georgia comprised of urban, suburban and rural regions served by the same utility.

We were responsible for obtaining the permits needed to expand the Snapfinger and Pole Bridge Creek AWTFs including planning, coordination and communication with regulatory agencies to ensure permits are issued on schedule and according to requirements.

Specifically, our role is assisting the County in complying with permitting requirements and minimizing the negative impacts to water resources. DeKalb County water resources are shared by the Chattahoochee River Basin and the Ocmulgee River Basin within the Atlanta Metropolitan area.

Our tasks on this project include the development of the DeKalb County Watershed Protection Plan, a long-term Water Quality and Biologic Monitoring Plan, a TMDL Implementation Action Plan and a Septic Tank Elimination Planent. Approval 
of this review provided DeKalb County the ability to continue to economically 
provide sewer service to its current and future citizens by creating adequate wastewater treatment capacity.
 
Environmental Information Document–
The EID provided the following information:

  • An evaluation of current and future 
conditions with potential impacts by construction activities.
  •  Impacts to the environment within the vicinity of the facilities.
  • Impacts to the service area located in DeKalb County, Georgia.