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BCSS Plans County Road 32 Line Extension for Fish River Customers

Since 2007, Baldwin County Sewer Service (BCSS) has held an agreement with the City of Fairhope for the City to treat the wastewater from BCSS customers on the west side of Fish River at their Fairhope Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). At the current time, the agreement between BCSS and the City of Fairhope that expires […]

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Plans for Next Bio Solids Remediation

Plans for Next Bio-Solids Remediation

Plans for Next Bio-Solids Remediation Baldwin County Sewer Service (BCSS) is planning a sludge remediation process at our Plantation Hills Wastewater Treatment Plant off Highway 90 in Loxley, in the next few days (weather permitting). As part of the wastewater treatment operation, BCSS processes the treated sludge (biosolids) and, after required testing, applies the biosolids […]

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Grinder Pump 101

Grinder Pump 101

Grinder Pump 101 Approximately fifty percent of our customers have a grinder pump on their property as part of their sewer system. If you have a pump and don’t know much about it, here is a little information and some tips on how to help it run smoothly. Grinder pump: a cylinder basin buried underground […]

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Avoid the Toilet and Trash: Safely Discard Old Meds on April 29

If you have expired or unused prescription medications collecting dust somewhere in your home, National Drug Take-back Day tomorrow is a great opportunity to ditch those nuisance pill containers. On Saturday, April 29, 2017, from 10:00 am-2:00 pm your local time, you can safely dispose of these medicines at a registered site in your community as part […]

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The Full Scope of Wastewater Pollution

The Full Scope of Watewater Pollution While utilities’ sewer spills and sewer treatment practices remain a factor in pollution of our groundwater and local waterways, it is only a piece of the whole picture. Wastewater utilities having sewer overflows, which are often highlighted, are understandably a concern to the environment and public health, and utilities […]

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Recognizing Veterans

BCSS – Fish River Project

For the last ten years, Baldwin County Sewer Service (BCSS) held an agreement with the City of Fairhope for the City to treat the wastewater from BCSS customers, with a maximum capacity of 1,500 customers,  on the west side of Fish River at their Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). There are currently 100 active customers in this […]

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BCSS Supports the Lillian Volunteer Fire Department

The Lillian Volunteer Fire Department responds to 700 emergency calls per year, 85% of those being medical emergencies. Their work is critical to the community. Because they are not permitted to use Ad Valorem funds for medical expenses, they continually seek donations from the community. Last fall, Baldwin County Sewer Service partnered with the Lillian […]

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BCSS 1st Annual Ornament Contest

BCSS 2nd Annual Ornament Contest

BCSS 2nd Annual Ornament Contest Several talented students from Baldwin County area schools participated in our recent ornament decorating contest, and we were very impressed with their creations. The primary requirement was that the holiday ornaments had to include the BCSS water drop or mascot images, and the students’ creativity shined with all of the amazing ornaments that […]

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5 Tips for Setting up Utilities in Your New Home

5 Tips for Setting up Utilities in Your New Home

Whether you are buying or renting a place, when it comes to moving, there is usually a lot to do to prepare for the transition. An important consideration is to make sure that the home’s utilities are set up and that you are informed of the types of utility services, as well as the utility […]

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Malbis Wastewater Treatment Plant Bio Solids Process

[Tuesday, November 22, 2016] Baldwin County Sewer Service (BCSS) is currently in our sludge remediation process at the Malbis Wastewater Treatment Plant off Highway 90 in Malbis (Daphne). As part of our wastewater (sewer) treatment operations, BCSS processes sludge (bio solids) and spreads the bio solids as fertilizer approximately two times per year. We work closely on this […]

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