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About our Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs)

BCSS provides sewer service to thousands of ERUs (equivalent residential units) throughout Baldwin County, including single-family homes, multi-family properties and commercial buildings and developments. All of the wastewater (sewage) from our customers is transported through main sewer lines and lift stations to our wastewater treatments plants (WWTPs), which are listed below in detail. BCSS is continually updating and expanding areas of main sewer lines, lift stations and wastewater treatment plants to prevent sanitary sewer overflows and accommodate growth in Baldwin County. You can tour any of our plants by contacting us to make an appointment, and we welcome school field trips.
 
BCSS WWTPs Highlights:
  • Standby generators
  • WWTPs (and main sewer lines and lift stations) are monitored by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)
  • Telemetry system that monitors key functions 24/7/365
  • Pace Analytical, a third-party laboratory company performs testing and reports provided to ADEM
  • Environmental engineering firm CDG Inc. works closely with BCSS to ensure optimal maintenance and permitting standards in all aspects of the WWTPs

WWTP Location Capacity Wastewater Disinfectant Method
Malbis Highway 90, east of Highway 181 1.25 Million Gallons per Day Total UV
Gulf Shores Fort Morgan Rd 1.2 Million Gallons per Day Chlorine
Lillian Off Co Rd 99 500,000 Gallons Per Day UV
Steelwood Off Co Rd 59 in Loxley 25,000 Gallons Per Day Chlorine
Summerdale Off Co Rd 36 500,000 Gallons Per Day UV
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