NCWS_PFAS Fact Sheet 2023
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The NCWSA (Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority) seeks services from qualified consultants in the areas of engineering, planning, permitting and utility management. Selected firms will enter into annual agreements, which will be renewable for a term of up to 5 years. Agreements will be considered “on-call” with task orders issued to the Consultant(s) by […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 6/14/23 Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority Opens Doors to Community Leaders Water Authority Key to Quality Economic Development and Newton County Growth COVINGTON, GA, JUNE 14, 2023 – Yesterday, The Newton County Water and Sewage Authority (NCWSA) welcomed state and local officials, and community leaders, to an Open House event at […]
Backflow Electronic Reporting System Effective 5/2/2022,the Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority will begin utilizing the services of TecNXS, LLC. and its electronic reporting system, AquaResource, to track annual backflow testing. We hope you enjoy the following benefits provided through the AquaResource software: The cost for testers to submit a passing backflow test […]
Herein are the revised water and sewer standards and specifications. Any comments pertaining to these Standards and Specifications should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org 2022 Revision of Water & Sewer Standards and Specifications.
Request for State Water Buffer Variance BV-107-22-03 NCWSA
NCWSA ROLLS OUT SECURE, CONVENIENT, USER-FRIENDLY ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEM New Software Enhances the Customer Experience Customer Portal Pay Your Bill By Phone: 844-216-1987. Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority, on April 27, 2018, implemented a more secure, convenient and user-friendly online payment system for our customers. The new and improved interface provides myriad benefits to customers, […]
Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority permanent restrictions are is follows: Drought Response Level I Measures: Under a Level 1 Drought Response, the outdoor water use schedule required under the Water Stewardship Act of 2010 remains in place. This schedule allows outdoor water use year-round between 4 p.m. and 10 a.m. In addition, the following […]