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Water Pollution Control Facility - FY24


  • Maintain Effluent Compliance with MEPDES permit
  • Keep Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) to a minimum
  • Maintain Stable Sewer Rates 
  • Maintain 4 Pump Stations and 4 Buildings at the Plant


  • Inspect and Maintain the Sanitary Sewer System and Infrastructure
  • Comply with OSHA and Bureau of Labor Standards requirements 
  • Comply with Environmental Protection Agency and Maine Department of Environmental Protection laws and rules
  • State Law requires maintaining Town Owned Buildings and Equipment
  • DEP is requiring WPCF to maintain cross country Right of Ways


  • Update and follow the Collection System Operations and Maintenance Plan
  • Follow the preventive maintenance plans for plant equipment
  • Rehabilitate manholes
    • Monoform; Ring and Cover Resets; & Replacement
  • Capital Investment in sewer line repair and replacement as well as plant equipment. Make use of sewer lining where possible to reduce costs and traffic problems. Work with Public Works to do projects together.




  • Superintendent
  • Lab Tech/ Collection Lead
  • Operator/Mechanic Lead
  • 2 Operators


Equipment and Fleet Vehicles

  • 2014 Western Star Sludge Truck
  • 2018 3500 Series Chevrolet Dump Truck with Plow
  • 2023 2500 Series GMC Pickup 4WD
  • 2019 F-350 Ford Pickup 4WD
  • 2008 Sewer Flusher
  • 2020 Dump Trailer
  • 2007 Sewer Camera in an enclosed Trailer
  • Le Roi Air Compressor
  • 750 kW Caterpillar Diesel Generator



  • Headworks Building
  • Operations Building w/ generator
  • Disinfection Building
  • Maintenance Garage
  • Penobscot St. Pump Station w/ generator
  • Union St. Pump Station w/ generator
  • College Ave Pump Station w/ generator
  • Stillwater Ave Pump Station w/ generator
  • 23 miles of Sanitary Sewer lines
  • 500 Sanitary Sewer Manholes