The Town of Maiden operates a system consisting of over 46 miles of sewer pipes and manholes. System also includes 7 duplex pump stations. This system transports around 500,000 gallons of untreated sewer to the wastewater treatment plant for processing. Below are documents with useful information about the sewer collections system and other information that helps maintain this critical infrastructure. 

Sewer Use Ordinance

Fats, Oils, and Grease that enter the Collection System can have adverse effects on the ability of the system to transport Wastewater to the Treatment Plant. F.O.G enters the system from restaurants and homes that dump Grease down the drain. Once the liquid F.O.G enters the system it begins to cool and solidify. Over time, larger masses of F.O.G build up and can restrict pipes or break lose and completely block portions of the collection system, creating the potential for sewer backups that may enter homes, streets, or waterways. Please do your part. Dump cooking grease into empty cans, allow them to harden, and dispose of in the trash.

Fats Oils and Grease
           -Fats Oils and Grease Education

Public Notice
Per the requirements of House Bill 1160 of the Clean Water Act of 1999, the Town of Maiden has prepared an Annual Report for its Wastewater Treatment Facility and Collection System.

Sewer Collections Annual Report

Report Sewer Problem
Call 828-428-5000 between  8am - 5pm
After Hours and Holidays (Emergency Only) please call 828-464-3112

Sewer Collections Superintendent

Brian Walker
(828) 428-5030