Water Pollution Control

The Enfield Water Pollution Control Division is responsible for the efficient removal of pollutants from wastewater generated by the residents and businesses in Enfield. This goal is realized through the operation, maintenance and repair of 16 pumping stations, a 10 million gallon per day Waste Water Treatment Plant and 250 miles of sewer.
Aeration Tanks

• Established in 1938

• Last Upgraded in 1972

Fats, Oils and Grease Newsletter

Follow the link below to access the May 2017 FOG Newsletter.
May 2017 FOG Newsletter

​Sewer Lining Schedule

No streets are currently scheduled. FAQ's are listed in the "Cured-In-Place Pipeline Rehabilitation" tab on the left side of this page.



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Tours of the Water Pollution Control Facility are available by appointment. School and other groups are welcome.

          Contact: Kevin Shlatz, Superintendent                       860-253-6450 or  kshlatz@enfield.org                                            

Water Reclamation Poster January-2015