WCCD Update: Prestwick and Clubhouse Neighborhood Meeting Power Point Presentation on the Clay Tile Repair Project
Due to high infiltration rates, root intrusion, broken and collapsed pipes and leaking manholes the District will be repairing several sections clay tile pipe in Prestwick.
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What not to flush down the drain!
Many household products are potentially hazardous to people and the environment and should never be flushed down drains, toilets or storm sewers.
Rates and Service
The West Central Conservancy District has not raised rates in nearly 10 years, and it does not plan to raise rates any time soon.
Costly, Harmful and Illegal Dumping
There are hundreds of manholes over the sanitary sewer lines running throughout the West Central Conservancy Districtís 25,000-acre area, and illegal dumping of materials into those manholes can be a huge problem for the District...
School Partnership Benefits Community
West Central Conservancy District has played a key role in helping the Avon Community School Corporation meet its five-year goal of eliminating all portable classrooms.
Benchmarking Our Performance
West Central Conservancy District is firmly committed to performing our job of collecting, purifying and restoring wastewater at the highest possible level, and we're proud that we have been able to do that since 2002 without a r...
WCCD Recognized for Excellence
For the second year in a row, West Central Conservancy District has been recognized for outstanding plant performance from Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
Krohn Report is Positive for WCCD
The financial condition of the West Central Conservancy District is strong and customer rates remain adequate.