Our job at West County Wastewater is to protect public health and the environment by safely and responsibly collecting and treating wastewater – keeping our community safe while helping to make our planet better for future generations.
Our team is dedicated to the community we serve, providing 24-hour sewer emergency response, and meeting the sewer needs of our customers. We operate a 12.5 million gallons per day Water Quality and Resource Recovery Plant and maintain 249 miles of sanitary sewer collection lines, 17 lift stations, and six miles of pressure force mains.
To keep systems running smoothly and provide high quality, reliable service, WCW collects a variety of rates and fees – ranging from sewer use rates and connection fees to sewer permit and map review fees. Costs depend on the type of customer and the service provided. View our complete fee schedule below, effective as of July 1, 2020.