West County Wastewater (WCW) is devoted to the community we serve – protecting both public health and our natural surroundings. With that responsibility comes our dedication to keeping residents informed about what’s happening with wastewater at WCW and in the region.
Whether it is FOG (fats, oils, grease) and wipes education or describing the wastewater treatment process, WCW educates the community about wastewater and the value of wastewater service. We offer a variety of educational opportunities, such as Water Quality and Resource Recovery Plant tours, public presentations and school visits, on-site business pollution prevention support, and involvement at community events.
At WCW, we believe our role in the community goes beyond providing wastewater service and into supporting and nurturing strong, diverse and vibrant neighborhoods. Keep reading to discover more about WCW, learn about our role in the community, find out about current construction projects and get connected with student and community engagement opportunities.