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We reclaim used water at our three wastewater treatment plants:
Central, Dry Creek, and Whites Creek. We treat an average of 186 million
gallons of water a day and can treat up to 500 million gallons of water
a day during heavy rain. We maintain more than 3,000 miles of sewer
pipes, the largest being 16 feet wide.
When dirty water reaches our treatment plants, we...
Join us on a tour of our Whites Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Located in bathrooms at
or download your own "When you go, where does it go?" 8.5" x 11" bathroom poster.
Follow @NashvilleMWS on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and look for #WhereDoesItGo.
To report a sewer emergency, contact our 24-hour Emergency Dispatch at 615-862-4600 or MWSdispatchers@nashville.gov.
Davidson County and portions of Sumner, Robertson, Wilson Rutherford, and Williamson counties.
Metro Water Services sewer rehabilitation program, Clean Water Nashville, was established in 2011 and builds upon decades of work in addressing our sewer capacity across the county. The program includes:
For more information about the program and upcoming projects, visit the Clean Water Nashville website.
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