Vermillion County utilities are ready for any challenge
Vermillion County’s infrastructure is ready for your business, and that includes giving you access to an abundance of utility capacity. No matter how challenging your facility’s needs may be, our local utility providers are ready to respond so you can concentrate on your core business.
Vermillion County sits above the massive Wabash River Aquifer, which is large enough to provide a virtually unlimited supply of fresh water. The current redundant system of horizontal collector wells can tap into as many as 100 million gallons each day, with 24-inch mains to allow delivery of significant volumes throughout Vermillion Rise Mega Park and its seven-million gallon reservoir (with current excess capacity of 760,000 gallons/day). The Clinton Water Utility alone can supply roughly 3 million gallons per day.
Food and beverage companies and others generating large volumes of wastewater will appreciate Vermillion County’s capacity. The Clinton Waste Water Treatment Facility currently uses less than half of its million-gallon daily design capacity. The Cayuga Waste Water Treatment Facility has been designed to handle up to 101,000 gallons per day, with an anticipated flow of 80,800 GPD. In addition, businesses in Vermillion Rise Mega Park are connected to an onsite wastewater plant that currently has 194,000 GPD of excess capacity.
Vermillion County is home to Duke Energy’s Cayuga Station, which has been sized to meet local demand well into the future. The county is served by 69 and 345 kV transmission lines, and Vermillion Rise Mega Park’s onsite substation currently provides service up to 40 MVA.
Vectren Energy supplies natural gas throughout Vermillion County, with the capacity (and rate structure) to serve facilities that consume large volumes. For large volume users Panhandle Eastern and Rocky Express can provide natural gas.
Data and video service throughout Vermillion County are provided by New Wave Communications. Joink Technologies also provides data.