Does the plant use chlorine to disinfect the water?
I do get sewer smells, what do I do now?
Can I dump my used antifeeze in the sewer?
Can I visit the Wastewater Treatment Plant?
My sewer service line does not drain. What should I do?
My line seems to be plugged up a lot. What should I do?
What does FOG stand for?
Where is the Wastewater Treatment Plant located?
What are the hours of operation for the Waste Water Plant?
I recently had a sewage backup in my house. What caused it and how do I handle the situation?
How do I find places where sewer gas is coming into and entering my home?
Are there any special rules or guidelines for treatment quality that the Waste Water Plant has to meet?
I heard a loud noise and found that my toilet blew water everywhere. What should I do?
Does the Wastewater Treatment Plant staff do the laboratory testing of the water?
I need to repair or replace my sewer line. What should I do?
Does the water leaving the Waste Water Plant go to Bear Creek or Ashland Creek?
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I would like to welcome all of you to our new Wastewater home page located on the City of Ashland’s web site. We will try to cover a variety of topics on both the Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Wastewater Collections Systems. As time goes on, the site will continue to be updated with new information regarding changes taking place in the wastewater field.
Also of great interest to me is the historical aspect of wastewater collections and treatment in the City of Ashland. I plan to include some historical information regarding our wastewater system. Hopefully, you will find it as interesting as I do. The city’s evolution in wastewater treatment has come along way since 1905, when our first treatment process was installed. Today, we have a state of the art treatment system that gives us an outstanding beneficial use product that can be used in a variety of ways in the future.
If this site does not address your questions or concerns, please feel free to call me at 541-552-2335 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also give anyone on our staff a call at 541-488-5348. We will try to answer any questions that you may have. If you would like to arrange a tour of the wastewater plant, let us know. We will be happy to show you our facility. We are very proud of our wastewater facilities and take great pride in our operation and maintenance activities.
Wastewater and Water Re-use Supervisor