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    Water Reclamation

    1850 Spaulding Road
    Kettering, OH 45432
    Phone - 937-781-2559
    Fax - 937-224-3823


    Mark J. Livengood, Water Reclamation Manager


    Water Reclamation operates and maintains wastewater treatment facilities for Montgomery County.  Staffed seven days a week and twenty-four hours a day, the Water Reclamation Division provides sewage treatment of approximately 8 billion gallons per year. In addition, the Division coordinates the disposal of 3,300 tons of biosolids per year and regulates certain industrial waste discharges into our collection system.

    The Division operates two major facilities:

    Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility
    4111 Hydraulic Road
    West Carrollton, Ohio
    Phone - 937-781-3030

    Eastern Regional Water Reclamation Facility
    1802 Spaulding Road
    Kettering, Ohio
    Phone - 937-781-3032


    RV/Septage Receiving Facility
    The Septage Receiving Station is located at 4257 Dryden Road. This state-of-the art facility was constructed in part by a grant received from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    Municipal Industrial Pretreatment Program (MIPP)
    MIPP is a federal and state mandated program to regulate wastewater that is discharged into the county's sewer system. Because sewage collection and treatment systems usually are not designed to treat them, industrial wastes can damage sewers and interfere with the operation of treatment plants. Industrial plants, using proven pollution control technologies, can remove pollutants from their wastewaters before discharging them into the municipal sewage treatment system.

    Fat, Oil and Grease (FOG) Program for Food Service and Business
    The FOG control program is implemented by Water Services to monitor and reduce the amount of Fats, Oils, and Grease that enters our sanitary sewer system.

     

     

    Highlights
    2014 Drinking Water Quality Report

    Montgomery County Environmental Services has once again met or exceeded all state and federal standards for drinking water. Read more about it in our annual Drinking Water Quality Report!

     

    2013-2015 Strategic Plan

    View our department's strategic plan − our roadmap to provide a better quality of life through our environmental services.