Forsyth County, Georgia

Transition Accomplishments

In January 2010, after assuming the operations and maintenance of three Water Reclamation Facilities, ESG spent $35,000 on lab equipment to establish the first ever combined permit lab in Forsyth County. All lab testing was transferred in-house and completed in a timely manner. This allowed operators to make immediate process changes perform additional testing as needed without waiting on results from a remote contract lab. In April 2010, ESG successfully assumed responsibility of the Parkstone LAS and Solids Dewatering operations. The 0.125 Aqua Aerobics facility with LAS operations was assumed from the County staff seamlessly in all aspects of operations and maintenance incurring “zero” permit violations.


With a major focus on “Safety” ESG put forth $10,000 to purchase in-house equipment for onsite Confined Space Entry and safety signs identifying confined spaces, electrical hazards, non potable water sources, etc around the plants. This safety equipment will allow the onsite staff to complete all jobs safely and efficiently versus borrowing from another facility or performing the work without equipment.

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The ESG approach to the professional contract operations concept generates rate stability, significantly improved system reliability, increased efficiency, and a guarantee of the highest level of customer service and satisfaction.

  • ESG Operations
  • 6400 Peake Road
  • Macon, Georgia 31210
  • 478-474-5025
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