The Greensville County Water and Sewer Authority provide water services in partnership with the City of Emporia. MAMaC currently has a 16” water line located along Otterdam Road that will serve the site. Potable and raw water supply is available. With the water treatment plant upgrade expected to be completed in 2022, up to 6 mgd treated water will be available. The water availability is supported by a newly constructed raw water reservoir in Greensville County.
The Greensville County Water and Sewer Authority provides sewer services to the site. Construction of a 24” sewer line for service to the site will be complete in the spring of 2020. Capacity is available today and will increase with the completion of wastewater treatment plant upgrades. Upgrades to the plant will take approximately 15 months and will provide 1.5 mgd sewer availability.
Electricity is provided by Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative (MEC). Time-of-Day Rates and Interruptible Rates are offered to industrial users. MEC can have 10 MW delivered to the site in 12 months or less.
Natural gas service is available through Columbia Gas of Virginia. TransCanada Natural Gas Pipeline is approximately 2 miles west of the site. An extension to MAMaC will be complete in 12 to 18 months.
Verizon, a leader in voice, data and video communications, provides advanced telecommunications services to MAMaC.
Broadband service is provided by Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation, which offers the latest fiber-optic technology for today’s business needs.
MBC owns and operates more than 1,900 miles of open-access fiber optic network in 31 counties in Southern Virginia. The company provides carrier-class broadband connectivity and has agreements in place for diverse connections from the Southern Virginia regional network to Northern Virginia and key markets in the Southeastern United States.