The Ogunquit Sewer District is a quasi-municipal corporation formed in 1963 for the purpose of wastewater treatment and disposal for public purposes and for the health, welfare, comfort and convenience of the inhabitants of the District.
The District’s wastewater treatment facility is a secondary treatment plant, with a permitted capacity of 1.28 million gallons per day. The wastewater collection system presently includes 13 remote pump stations and approximately 20 miles of sewer line. The District’s treatment system operates in an activated sludge mode. The dewatered sludge is converted into a soil additive at a licensed facility located in Unity, Maine.
The District’s normal business hours are: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Public Informational Meeting June 7, 2017: Slideshow from meeting
Election: Results of June 13, 2017 Election
Newsletter: OSD Newsletter 2017
Presentation: Sea Level Rise Preliminary Study, Woodard and Curran
Presentation: Preliminary Engineering Report, Sea Level Rise Study, Woodard and Curran
Presentation: Adaptation Upgrade Facilities Plan, Wright-Pierce Engineers, October 2014
Bulletin: DEADLINE FOR LAWN METER READINGS IS NOVEMBER 30th EACH YEAR. ANY USAGE REPORTED AFTER THIS DATE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED PER VOTE OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
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