As a reminder.... Be Careful What You Flush Down the Toilet!

The following items should never be disposed of into the public sewer system:

  • Diapers
  • Baby wipes
  • Cooking oils and grease
  • Sanitary napkins, tampons and applicators
  • Condoms
  • Cleaning wipes, (i.e., Swiffer® wipes or equivalent), shop rags, etc.
  • Volatile substances (i.e., gasoline, chemicals, paint, etc.)
  • Syringes
  • Small toys
  • Plastic bags
  • Caps from any containers (shampoo, soda, etc.)

Flushing of these items into the municipal wastewater collection system may cause major blockages in sewer lines (triggering back-ups in the system which may lead to damage in or on your property). These items also cause severe damage to expensive sewer equipment (i.e., grinder pumps) in the wastewater collection system or inside the wastewater treatment facility.

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Staff Contacts


Water & Sewer Superintendent

Tim Lahtinen


Dave Nelson, Jr.

Assistant Foreman

Max Goodwin

Wastewater Treatment Operator

Mike Winters


Carl Johnson

Collection System Operator

Tom Bozek

Plant Attendant