Fremont Waste Water Plant Information
A Note From The Sewer Guy,
“I would like to take a minute of your time and ask for your help. The Fremont Sewer Department has experienced an increasing problem with the new wipes that are out there being introduced into the system. These products while being labeled “flushable” are not “flowable” once they get into our collection system. These products do not breakdown when introduced into water like normal toiled paper due to the woven fibers. They then clog our collection pipes and our pumps causing your system to fail and back up. Please put these products into your trash and not your toilet. You have no idea how much we appreciate your help on this.
Waste Water Superintendent
Plant receives an average of 378,904 gallons per day, 110.5 million gallons per day in 2012. 11,642 Miles were driven in 2012. Your Waste water department is committed to clean water. Help us Help You – Please Do Not Dump Grease into your Sewer. Please Do Not Flush Your Unused Medicine into the Sewer.
Jim Humbarger: Superintendent Class III Operator License
Brant Kaufman: Lab Technician Class II Operator License
Joseph Creager: Class II Operator License
Monday thru Friday 7:00 am to 3:30 pm
After hours emergencies call
Fremont Police 260-495-9848