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- When a toilet or sink backs up into your home or there is sewer water overflowing into your yard or street, you want help fast. The Wastewater Management Trouble Response Center (TRC) is ready to help 24 hours a day – just call the hotline at (703) 323-1211, TTY 711.
- Fairfax County’s award-winning Wastewater Management Program is celebrating Infrastructure Week from September 14 - 18, 2020. For more than 50 years, dedicated wastewater program employees have successfully operated, maintained, repaired and restored the wastewater system in the county. Additionally, the system capacity has increased to meet the ongoing growth and long-term needs of residential and commercial users to provide current and future customers with reliable sewer services at competitive sewer rates.
- Fairfax County recently conducted intensive testing to develop local discharge limits for various pollutants entering the publicly owned treatment works (the Noman M. Cole, Jr., Pollution Control Plant) that has been in operation since October 1970. The results of this testing are used to limit the introduction of harmful chemicals and substances into the sewer system that may damage the integrity of the treatment works, cause blockages and overflows or pass through the treatment works and harm the environment.
Wastewater Management (WWM) does more than just clean dirty water. Employees from all WWM divisions work toward pollution prevention and continuous improvement focused on maintaining our wastewater infrastructure, a critical asset to Fairfax County, and protecting human health and the environment. This video series highlights some of the programs and systems where dedicated wastewater employees work to enhance the quality of life for those that live, work or visit Fairfax County.
More videos will be added throughout the year.
Wastewater Management Videos
Learn about the environment in Fairfax County. Listen to EnviroPod.
Mitigating Sewer Odors in Holmes Run Stream Valley ~ La Voz del Condado de Fairfax (Nov. 12, 2019) - español
Fairfax County's weekly Spanish radio program, "La Voz del Condado de Fairfax," originally broadcast on WUST Radio (1120 AM) on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019. This week's show features Juan Reyes, assistant director with the Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, discussing mitigating sewer odors in Holmes Run Stream Valley with host Heber Velasquez.