Notice: Temporary closure of RV holding tank dump station

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

As part of upgrades currently underway at the West End Wastewater Treatment Plant at 55 Allen’s Side Road, improvements will be made to the commercial septage unloading station located in front of the facility.  This work will affect access to both the commercial septage unloading station and the holding tank dump facilities provided for private recreational vehicles.

Construction of the septage unloading station improvements will commence Monday, July 12, 2021 and will last for approximately 7 weeks.

During the construction period, the holding tank dump facilities for private recreational vehicles will be out of service. 

During the construction period, commercial septage haulers will be able to unload at the existing off-load point, but they will be required to back up into position.  The current drive-through configuration will be barricaded to allow for excavation of the roadway and building foundation.

As an alternative, the RV dumping station located at Shell (386 Great Northern Road) can be utilized. 

 

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A reminder that the PUC Office located at 500 Second Line East remains closed to the general public. We are encouraging customers to reach out to us via phone, e-mail or other online options if you have any questions or concerns. 


 

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