Georgetown Municipal Water and Sewer Service - Georgetown, Kentucky
Our focus is on water distribution and wastewater treatment to over 12,000 customers in Georgetown,Stamping Ground,Sadieville and Scott County, Kentucky. Our mission is to provide our customers with the best possible product at the lowest possible price, while maintaining one of the most up-to-date treatment systems in the state.
Theft of Water NoticeGeorgetown Municipal Water and Sewer Service (GMWSS) is committed to providing high quality water and sewer services at the lowest possible cost to its customers. Water theft can compromise this commitment. Theft of water by tampering or bypassing water meters not only costs GMWSS thousands of dollars a year, but also imposes costs on each and every paying customer who must bear the responsibility of paying higher rates for water that is stolen. Water theft is a serious offense and can result in significant fines as well as criminal or civil prosecution by GMWSS.
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"The latest scourge facing wastewater collection and treatment systems
across Kentucky is the new wet wipes being marketed as "flushable."
Managers of wastewater treatment facilities say just because the wipes are
flushable doesn't mean they break down as quickly and easily as regular
toilet paper. Instead, they clog pump stations and sewer pipes..."
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|Georgetown Water Plant
Prev. Active Day • .31 in
Month to Date • 6.37 in
Year to Date • 36.48 in
+/- Month TD • 2.75 in
+/- Year • 5.07 in
2013 Year End • +7.93 in
2012 Year End • -2.35 in
2011 Year End • +27.29 in
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|Royal Spring Watershed
Prev. Active Day • .12 in
Month to Date • 2.93 in
Year to Date • 31.36 in
+/- Month TD • -1.0 in
+/- Year TD • -.05 in
2013 Year End • + 14.8 in
2012 Year End • +.12 in
2011 Year End • + 24.25 in
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- Now Hiring - Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
- Theft of Water Notice
- "Flushable" Wipes are a problem. • Read about them in the Non-Flushables Article.
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