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WATER SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PART-A

GREATER BADIN WATER & SEWER DISTRICT Badin Water System Replacement Part-A (West) The Water System Replacement Project that began construction on June 1, 2015, is now complete as of June 30, 2016. The project was funded by the United State Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the contractor was SKC, Inc. The residents of Badin began receiving newsletters in June 2015, along with their monthly statement, keeping them informed as to what had happened the prior month and what they could look for in the upcoming month.  Our construction map on-line was updated daily as to where the work crews were located and what streets would be closed during the day to traffic flow but always re-opened at the end of each work day. This project began at Hwy 740 and Wood Street and ended on Stuart Street and Hwy 740.  Our project got off to a good start with favorable weather conditions for several months.  Then the rain ...
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DON’T BE A PAIN IN THE DRAIN

What we put down our drains and toilets can negatively impact our environment and put our health at risk.  Click  Poster  to download a helpful reminder for kids and adults.  Also, you can check out the video under the Wastewater Treatment Process  tab to understand more about how water is recycled.         ...
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Moss Lane Tank Rehab – April 2016

The Moss Lane Tank was built in 1979 by ALCOA.  Later in 1980, it was transferred to Stanly County.  This is the County's second largest tank for water distribution.  It supplies more than 14 million gallons of water monthly to the communities of Palmerville, Palestine, and Town of Badin, as well as Camp Barnhardt, North Carolina Department of Corrections, National Guard Armory and Stanly County Airport through approximately 32 miles of water main lines. After 37 years of service, it underwent a second much deserved rehabilitation of its' interior and exterior in April 2016.  This process required that the tank be drained of all water and taken out-of-service in order for the service crew to climb down inside the tank to inspect and make necessary repairs to bolts, welding, rust, electrical motors and solar parts. Once everything was repaired, it received a fresh coat of paint.  It only took 24 days for the job to be completed, inspected, and ...
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