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Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration

The public review period is now open for the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for the WCW Comprehensive Energy and Sustainability Upgrades Project. The proposed project would reduce energy consumption and improve operational efficiency by [...]

Standing in solidarity with Asian Americans

Our community and country are reeling from recent violent acts committed against Asian Americans. West County Wastewater (WCW) vehemently opposes and decries racism, violence, and hate crimes. We stand in support with Asian Americans. [...]

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24-Hour Emergency Service

Our administrative offices are temporarily closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For sewer emergencies, please call (510) 222-6700, option 1.

ABOUT WEST COUNTY WASTEWATER

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West County Wastewater (WCW) protects public health and our natural surroundings by safely and responsibly collecting, treating and disposing of wastewater. We are devoted to the community we serve and the environment in which we live, working tirelessly to keep both healthy and safe. Our team is dedicated to service, innovation, collaboration and sustainability.

We serve approximately 34,000 residences and 2,450 commercial and industrial businesses, with a total population of approximately 100,000 in the following areas:

City of San Pablo

Tara Hills

Richmond
(northern subdivisions)

East Richmond Heights

City of Pinole
(designated sectors)

El Sobrante Rollingwood Bayview

Parts of the unincorporated county

WCW FACTS:

ABOUT WEST COUNTY WASTEWATER

Learn More

West County Wastewater (WCW) protects public health and our natural surroundings by safely and responsibly collecting, treating and disposing of wastewater. We are devoted to the community we serve and the environment in which we live, working tirelessly to keep both healthy and safe. Our team is dedicated to service, innovation, collaboration and sustainability.

We serve approximately 34,000 residences and 2,450 commercial and industrial businesses, with a total population of approximately 100,000 in the following areas:

City of San Pablo

Tara Hills

Richmond
(northern subdivisions)

East Richmond Heights

City of Pinole
(designated sectors)

El Sobrante Rollingwood Bayview

Parts of the unincorporated county

WCW FACTS:

Founded in December 1921 to protect and serve the public health of the community through the construction and maintenance of a sewer system.

Service area covers 16.9 square miles.

Operation includes sewage collection, treatment and disposal.

Collaborates with a variety of local agencies and neighboring communities, as well as participates in the West County Agency, a joint powers authority, for the purpose of maintaining sewage and sludge disposal facilities.

Founded in December 1921 to protect and serve the public health of the community through the construction and maintenance of a sewer system.

Service area covers 16.9 square miles.

Operation includes sewage collection, treatment and disposal.

Collaborates with a variety of local agencies and neighboring communities, as well as participates in the West County Agency, a joint powers authority, for the purpose of maintaining sewage and sludge disposal facilities.

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West County Wastewater, a publicly owned utility, operates and maintains the public sanitary sewer system in your area. WCW provides 24-hour response to emergencies within its service boundaries. Your comments and suggestions for improvement are encouraged and welcomed. Your feedback will be used to improve the quality of service in the future.

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