Read the latest news related to the tornado clean up efforts at https://www.mcohio.org/newslist.php
Solid Waste Transfer Station Extended Hours and Reduced Fees
The Montgomery County Solid Waste District (located at 1001 Encrete Lane in Moraine) has announced extended hours to accept debris and yard waste:
Monday – Friday: 6am – 8pm
Saturday – 7am – 4pm
Sunday – CLOSED
All storm debris yard waste must be clean and free of debris/trash, no larger than 24” diameter, no stumps.
Montgomery County residents in the areas that were heavily affected by the tornadoes will experience an approximately 20% reduction in disposal costs only, not hauling, effective through July 30 to help residents impacted by the recent tornados/storms. This reduction in cost is due to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency waiving the State disposal fee of $4.75 per ton, and Montgomery County waiving the solid waste generation fee of $3.00 per ton.
Since 1924, Montgomery County Environmental Services has provided high quality water and sewer service to more than 250,000 citizens and businesses in Montgomery County, Ohio. Today, we operate and maintain approximately 1,200 miles of sanitary sewer and 1,400 miles of water main lines.
Our environmental lab tests more than 12,000 water samples each year to ensure water quality and safety. Montgomery County drinking water consistently meets or exceeds all state and federal drinking water safety and quality standards.
General Information: (937) 781-2500
Customer Service & Billing: (937) 781-2688
Report a Water Quality Concern: (937) 781-2666
24-Hour Emergency Number: (937) 781-2678
2018 Montgomery County Environmental Services Annual Report
We are happy to share with you our most recent annual report, which highlights our projects and progress in the past year. You'll learn about our capital infrastructure plans, our outreach programs, our grants, and our efforts to improve services and create efficiencies.
2019 Drinking Water Quality Report
Montgomery County Environmental Services has once again met all state and federal standards for drinking water. Read about your water and drink up!
2017 Sanitary Sewer Overflow Annual Report
This report shares information with the public about the operation and maintenance of our sanitary sewer system, and fulfills an Ohio EPA requirement.