ACCEPTING SURPLUS EQUIPMENT BIDS (SEE BELOW)
The GCWA Canal Division operates out of its office located in Alvin, Texas. Canal systems operated include the American Canal, Briscoe Canal and Juliff Canal systems. They encompass an area extending across the three counties of Brazoria, Fort Bend and Galveston. Industrial customers served by the Canal Division include Ineos and Ascend Performance Materials. Municipal customers served by the Canal Division include the cities of Sugar Land, Pearland and Missouri City, as well as Ft. Bend WCID #2 and Pecan Grove M.U.D. The Canal Division also serves a large number of agricultural customers primarily located in Brazoria County.
The Industrial Division operates from its office located in Texas City, Texas. Industries served include DOW/UCC, Marathon Galveston Bay Refinery, Marathon Petroleum, Valero, Eastman Chemical, and Ashland. Industries located in Brazoria County are served by our Canal Division.
GCWA owns and operates the Thomas S. Mackey Water Treatment Plant located in Texas City, Texas. It is a 50 MGD surface water plant serving 13 water utilities. Those customers include the cities of Texas City, La Marque, Galveston, Hitchcock, League City, GCWCID #1, GCWCID #8, GCWCID #12, GCFWD #6, GCMUD 12, Bacliff MUD, Bayview MUD and San Leon MUD.
Gulf Coast Water Authority will be receiving bids for “SURPLUS EQUIPMENT” until 10:00 am April 15, 2014 through an on-line auction service. “SURPLUS EQUIPMENT” includes and is not limited to various vehicles and pieces of equipment. Vehicles include 2 wheel drive and 4 wheel drive pickups and larger trucks and trailers, some with dump beds. Equipment ranges from pumps, welders, rubber tire backhoes, hydraulic excavators, dozers and draglines, electrical transformers and fuel tanks. For a complete listing of auction items and bidding instructions, please go to www.renebates.com and see the listing for Gulf Coast Water Authority.
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