Water Pollution Control
The Water Pollution Control Facility is responsible for protecting public health and the environment. By receiving water from homes and businesses it is then stringently treated to remove pollutants before being safely discharged back to the river.The water quality has to meet strict requirements set forth by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The Water Pollution Control Facility also has the responsibility of maintaining 22 different Lift Stations that conveys the wastewater to the facility for treatment. The facility has the capacity to treat 11 MGD with a daily flow of 1.2 – 2.5 MGD. All facility process equipment and lift stations are monitored by our SCADA system 24 hours a day.

Approval of Rate and Charge Difference Between Property Within and Proper Outside the Corporate Boundaries (pdf)

Long Term Control Plan Implementation Schedule (pdf)

Schedule of Rates and Charge for Municipal Sewage Works (pdf)

Ordinance 2009-11 Pertaining to Amending Chapter 55 Pretreatment of Pollutants (pdf)

Ordinance 2010-1 Pertaining to Sewage Service (pdf)

Sewage Rates (pdf)

Copper Reduction Plan (pdf)

2010 Mercury Minimalization Program (pdf)

Phosphorous Reducing Information

Water and Sewage Tap Fees (pdf)

Want to be Notified about CSO’s? (pdf)

Current CSO Events (pdf)

Mike Cook