City of Anderson Wastewater
The City of Anderson maintains two wastewater treatment facilities. The Rocky River WWTP has a treatment capacity of 9.5 million gallons per day.
The Generostee WWTP has a treatment capacity of 10 million gallons per day. The city also operates and maintains 5 pump stations, approximately 6,643 manholes, and 1,473,120 linear feet (280 miles) of gravity line.
News and Announcments
water Drinking Week 2023
Drinking Water Week is a week-long celebration organized by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) to increase awareness of the importance of safe and clean drinking water. Celebrated annually during
Electric City Water Department Conducts Hydrant Flushings.
Routine Hydrant Flushing We wanted to inform everyone that we will be conducting routine maintenance by flushing out hydrants in your area over the next few weeks. At each stop,
Using customer engagement to drive success for water infrastructure projects- AWWA Article
This is an excerpt from an article by Rebecca Zito, senior manager of public affairs for Pittsburgh Water and Sewer authority, that was recently published in Water Innovations Top 10 Trends
What is F.O.G?
A preventive maintenance program can help you avoid a sanitary sewer system back-up or overflow. Frequently, such sewer problems are the result of materials such as fats, oils and grease being deposited into the sewer system. Being lighter than water, such materials tend to accumulate at the top and sides of sewer pipes and can build up until a blockage occurs. Often, the end result is property and/or environmental damage.
Be a smart system user by following these helpful hints.
- Avoid pouring grease, fats, and cooking oils down your drain.
- Bag your food scraps and dispose of them along with your household garbage or by utilizing a composter.
These simple steps will help the environment and save money.