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Welcome to the Norwalk WPCA’s web site. Please take a moment to explore our information.


The Norwalk Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA) oversees the operation and maintenance of an extensive sewer system that includes 180 miles of pipeline, 22 pumping stations, and an 18 million gallon per day (MGD) advanced secondary wastewater treatment plant.  Wastewater treated by the WPCA at its South Smith Street facility is discharged into the Norwalk River and must meet both federal and state effluent quality standards.  The WPCA is organized to ensure the necessary professional, technical and skilled personnel, specialized facilities and equipment, and financial resources are available to allow it to comply with federal and state regulations.  As an enterprise fund of the City of Norwalk, its operations are expected to be financially self-sufficient.  The WPCA currently employs three full-time staff members.

On this web site, you will find information about our technology, success over the years, and day-to-day operations. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like additional information. The Norwalk WPCA proudly supports the communities it serves, and offers its facilities to local teachers and classrooms for educational purposes.

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