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Michael B. Jones, P.E. Director/Sanitary Engineer

Justin Angel
Superintendent - Water Supply and Wastewater Treatment III

Office hours
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday - Friday

9944 Wilkshire Blvd. NE
Bolivar, Ohio 44612
Phone: (330) 874-3262
Fax: (330) 874-4203

 

Tuscarawas County Metropolitan Sewer District

 

The Tuscarawas County Metropolitan Sewer District was formed in 1973 by the Board of County Commissioners under the provisions of Ohio Revised Code (ORC) 6117 and provides water service under the provisions of ORC 6103.  The District provides drinking water and sanitary service to select municipalities and unincorporated areas of Tuscarawas County, as well as portions of Stark County.

SANITARY SEWAGE COLLECTION AND TREATMENT

The Tuscarawas County Metropolitan Sewer District provides sanitary sewer service approximately 10,000 County residents in the following areas:

         Wilkshire Hills Wastewater Treatment Plant (750,000 GPD Capacity)

  o   Bolivar

  o   Hunters Green

  o   Lawrence Township Industrial Park

  o   Wilkshire Hills

  o   Zoar

         Sandyville/East Sparta Wastewater Treatment Plant (500,000 GPD Capacity)

         Mineral City Wastewater Treatment Plant (150,000 GPD Capacity)

         Stonecreek Wastewater Treatment Plant (30,000 GPD Capacity)

         Kerr Subdivision Wastewater Treatment Plant (4,000 GPD Capacity)

         Port Washington (sewage is pumped to the Village of Newcomerstown for treatment)

         Midvale/Barnhill (sewage flows to the Twin City Water & Sewer District for treatment)

         Village of Parral (sewage flows to the City of Dover for treatment)

         Willow Glens/Ridgewood Sewer System (sewage is pumped to the City of Dover for treatment)

         Wainwright Sewer System (sewage is pumped to the Village of Tuscarawas for treatment)

 

Overall, we are responsible for operation and maintenance of 73 miles of sewers, 24 major pump stations, 12 residential grinder pump stations, 550 septic tank systems and five wastewater treatment plants.  The responsibility for this work falls to our dedicated field operations crews that consist of 1 lead operator, 1 wastewater system operator, 1 operations specialist, and 3 utility workers.  We also have 2 maintenance specialists whose services are shared between our wastewater and water departments.

DRINKING WATER PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

The Tuscarawas County Metropolitan Sewer District provides water service to approximately 6,000 County residents in the following areas:

         Wilkshire Hills Public Water System

  o   Crossroads Area

  o   Hunters Green

  o   Lawrence Township Industrial Park

  o   Jennie Brick Road Area

  o   Mineral City

  o   Sandyville Area

         Dundee Public Water System

  o   Serves the community of Dundee and surrounding unincorporated areas of Wayne Township

         Ridgewood Public Water System

  o   Ridgewood Subdivision in Dover Township

         Wainwright Public Water System

  o   Unincorporated community of Wainwright and surrounding areas of Warwick Township

Overall, we are responsible for operation and maintenance of 42 miles of water mains, 9 water storage tanks, 4 booster pump stations, and 3 water treatment plants.  This is accomplished by our water department, which consists of 1 lead operator, 2 water system operators, and our customer service specialist, who is responsible for monthly meter reading.  As noted above, there are also 2 maintenance specialists whose services are shared between the wastewater and water departments.

We are an equal opportunity provider and employer.

 

 

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