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Colchester - East Hampton Joint Facilties
Contact TypeContact Information
Contact:
, Public Utilities Administrator
Scott Clayton, Superintendent, Joint Facilities
, Administrative Assistant
Phone:
860-267-4142
Fax:
860-267-9913
Alternate Phone:
860-267-2536
Hours/Information
Facility Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:30 pm

Saturday/Sunday/Holidays 7:30 am - 9:00 am

WPCA Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

After hours and weekends contact Central Dispatch at 860-267-9922 and they will notify the WPCA/Joint Facilities.

In the event of a sewer back up or blockage, contact the WPCA/Joint Facilities Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:30 pm at 860-267-2536 or 860-267-4142.

Grinder Pumps-East Hampton and Hebron
Contact 860-267-2536 or 860-267-4142 Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 3:30 pm. Central Dispatch after 3:30 or weekends.

Grinder Pumps-Marlborough
Contact 1-508-765-0051. F. R Mahony & Assoc. Inc. www.frmahony.com

Reminder if there is a power outage your grinder pump does not work.
 
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COLCHESTER - EAST HAMPTON JOINT FACILITIES

In 1978, an Inter-Municipal Agreement between the Towns of East Hampton and Colchester (commissioned in 1982 as Joint Facilities) allowed the Towns to enter into construction and operation of the Colchester-East Hampton Water Pollution Control Facilities located in East Hampton CT. The Joint Facilities is a six member board which meets seven times a year on the third Tuesday of the month at the Colchester-East Hampton Water Pollution Control Facility.
This wastewater treatment facility originally was intended for the public sewerage need of East Hampton and Colchester and was designed to process an average daily flow of 3.8 million gallons. Final design approval from the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection allowed for future expansion capabilities to 7.0 mgd in order to regionalize a six town planning area by including portions of the towns of East Haddam, Lebanon, Marlborough and Hebron.

Currently parts of four towns, East Hampton, Colchester, Hebron and Marlborough, are being provided wastewater services. In 2010 work was begun to provide wastewater services to the fifth town with the addition of the Amston Lake of Lebanon to the collection system.

The Joint Facilities is directly responsible for over 125 miles of collection system ranging from 8” to 36” in diameter pipe, over two dozen lift stations and over 150 grinder pumps. The annual average flow received at the plant is under 3.0 mgd.

Committee Members
Mark Barmasse
 
Peter Villa
 
John Suprono
 
Stephen Coyle
 
Ron Silberman
 
Robert Peter
 
 
 
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Town of East Hampton, CT
20 East High Street, East Hampton, CT 06424
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