Case Study

Henry County Water Authority Ensures Water Distribution Keeps Up With Increasing Demand From A Growing Population


Located just south of Atlanta, Henry County has watched its population increase since the early 1990s. This in turn has increased the population that Henry County Water Authority (HCWA) serves; according to Patrick Kelley, HCWA Project Manager, the authority services between 240,000 and 250,000 people, with an average day demand of 16 to 17 million gallons per day. During peak summertime periods, that number can hit 30 million. To address the growing population and projected water demand over the next 30 Years, HCWA recently completed a master plan update that includes two booster pump stations – the Fairview booster pump station and the Southeastern booster pump station.

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