|Electric Power Providers|
Electricity provider, residential & commercial.
Smart Source Solar PV Program: Incentives are available for solar PV installations at homes, businesses, and government facilities which receive electric service from SWEPCO. Annual funds limits do apply.Incentives are offered at $2.50 per watt of installed PV capacity or approximately 25 to 30 percent of installed costs. Customers should consult their solar installer for more details.
|Source: SWEPCO (www.swepco.com/), as of December 2012|
|Natural Gas Providers|
|Provider of natural gas, residential & commercial. Commercial Natural gas: Some examples of current industrial uses of natural gas include on-site generation and commercial heating and cooling. See section on natural gas equipment for more commercial uses of natural gas.|
|Source: Centerpoint Energy (www.centerpointenergy.com/), as of December 2012|
|Source: Windstream Communications (www.windstreambusiness.com/), as of December 2012|
|Nearest Landfill||New Boston Landfill
1030 U.S. 82
New Boston, TX 75570
|Landfill Capacity||820,800 tons (remaining)|
|Nearest Hazardous Waste Facility||Texarkana Hauling (Waste Management)
2708 W. 7th Street
Texarkana, TX 75501
|Source: Waste Management, New Boston Landfill, Texarkana Hauling (www.wmsolutions.com/facilities/); January 2013|
|Name/Phone||Supply Source||Capacity||Peak Demand|
Texarkana Water Utilities
Texarkana Water Utilities is a joint department of the Cities of Texarkana, Arkansas and Texarkana, Texas whose primary function is to provide water and sewer services to both cities and the surrounding area.
|Wright Patman Lake in Bowie County, Texas and Millwood Lake in Little River County, Arkansas||
|Source: Texarkana Water Utilities (http://twu.txkusa.org); December 2013|
|Waste Water Treatment|
|Name/Phone||Type of Process||Capacity||Peak Demand|
|Sequencing Batch Reactor||1.5 million/gallons; current usage approximately 250K gallons per day||3.0 million gallons storm surge capacity|