City of Albany, Georgia Selects ESG as their Sewer System Partner
Posted on Jul 01, 2019 at 0:00 AM
JULY 1, 2019
The City of Albany, Georgia has selected ESG Operations, Inc. as their Sewer System partner. The scope of work under the new partnership includes preventive and corrective maintenance of Albany’s Joshua Street Wastewater Treatment Plant, operation and maintenance of the City’s 108 pump stations, sanitary station overflow prevention, creation of emergency operation plans, and 24/7 monitoring.
Positioned on the banks of the Flint River in southwest Georgia, Albany serves as the seat of Dougherty County. The City of Albany is a thriving community known for offering big city amenities while providing the comforts of small town living. Albany’s population is just over 70,000, making it one of the Top 10 largest cities in the state of Georgia.
“ESG is tremendously honored for the opportunity to serve the City of Albany and we are ready to hit the ground running. ESG brings an award-winning maintenance program, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and an employee focused business philosophy to our partnership with Albany, which will prove to generate long-term efficiency and sustainability for the City’s sewer system. A team of 16 associates will serve the City, with an additional 700+ ESG personnel located within a short driving distance of Albany in the event additional assistance is needed,” stated John Eddlemon, ESG Senior Vice President and Partner.
“We are very excited about our new partnership with the City of Albany and our team is eager to start supporting the City’s core initiatives outlined in its Strategic Plan 2023. We are also looking forward to helping educate and showing Albany’s community how our collaborative partnership with the City will enhance water quality and greatly improve the level of service for all citizens,” commented Tony Johnson, ESG Vice President for Community Outreach and Governmental Affairs.
ESG’s partnership with the City of Albany commenced on July 1, 2019.