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Utilities

Electricity

Central Illinois Public Service Ameren

Services Bath, Easton, Forest City, Havana, Kilbourne, Manito, Mason City, San Jose, and Topeka

Ameren/CILCO

Services Manito, Green Valley, and South Pekin

Natural Gas

Central Illinois Public Service Ameren

Services Bath, Easton, Forest City, Havana, Kilbourne, Manito, Mason City, San Jose, and Topeka

Telephone

GTE

Services Bath, Kilbourne, and Mason City

Cass Telephone Company

Services Easton

Gallatin River Communications

Services Forest City, Havana, Manito, Topeka, Green Valley, and South Pekin

Illinois Bell Telephone Company

Services San Jose

Water Sanitation

Havana

   

Water Supply

Storage Capacity:

300,000 gallons

 

Treatment Capacity:

1,200,000 gallons per day

 

Average Daily Demand:

500,000 gallons per day

 

Peak Daily Demand:

1,000,000 gallons per day

Sewage System

Treatment Capacity:

700,000 gallons per day

 

Present Load:

350,000 gallons per day

 

Excess Capacity:

350,000 gallons per day

Source

Deep Wells

 


Manito

   

Water Supply

Storage Capacity:

80,000 gallons

 

Treatment Capacity:

240,000 gallons per day

 

Average Daily Demand:

120,000 gallons per day

Sewage System

Activated Sludge System:

 
 

Treatment Capacity:

300,000 gallons per day

 

Present Load:

150,000 gallons per day

 

Excess Capacity:

300,000 gallons per day

Source

Deep Wells

 


Mason City

   

Water Supply

Storage Capacity:

125,000 gallons

 

Treatment Capacity:

1,400,000 gallons per day

 

Average Daily Demand:

320,000 gallons per day

 

Excess Capacity

1,080,000 gallons per day

 

Peak Daily Demand:

780,000 gallons per day

Sewage System

Treatment Capacity:

470,000 gallons per day

 

Present Load:

250,000 gallons per day

 

Excess Capacity:

220,000 gallons per day

Source

Deep Wells

 

Garbage Pickup: Locally owned and operated companies throughout Mason County.


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