Case Study

AMERICAN® Products Support Paulding County's 20-Year Effort To Ensure Safe, Sustainable Drinking Water

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More than 13 miles of AMERICAN ductile iron pipe and nearly two dozen AMERICAN Flow Control resilient wedge gate valves with Flex-Ring ends were installed as part of the Richland Creek project.

More than 13 miles of AMERICAN ductile iron pipe and nearly two dozen AMERICAN Flow Control® resilient wedge gate valves with Flex-Ring® ends are playing an important role in providing safe, affordable drinking water to fast-growing Paulding County, Georgia, one of the only counties in the metro-Atlanta region without an independent water supply.

The Richland Creek Water Supply Program started its planning process in 1998 when county citizens approved the development of a new water supply reservoir, a process that often takes up to 20 years. Since that time, and after significant efforts involving federal and state governmental agencies, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Paulding County was granted a permit in 2015 allowing construction of the system.

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