Water Reclamation Facility

Wastewater reclamation also requires special staff licensure.  Brad Ault maintains a Wastewater Class II, Richard Stockton-Class II, and John Christenson-Class II, operate the Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) owned and operated by the Village of Yellow Springs and located at 3835 Grinnell Rd. The WRF is rated a Class II Plant. The Village wastewater is cleaned and processed to a very high level before being discharged into the Yellow Springs Creek and, eventually, the Little Miami River.

Like the WTP, the Yellow Springs Water Reclamation Facility was originally built in 1964 with major upgrades in 1988 and in 2010. It is designed for an average wastewater flow of 0.6 million gallons per day (mgd) with a peak hourly capacity of 3.4 mgd. Flow above the PHF is diverted to the 2.5 million gallon overflow basin. The Village operates one lift station, at the north end, which pumps on average about one third of the total daily flow to the WRF.

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Brad Ault, Superintendent

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Water Treatment/Water Reclamation Crew

 

 

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Bradley H. Ault,
Water & Wastewater Superintendent

  • Phone: (937) 767-7208
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  • Office Hours:
    7am-3:30pm Monday- Friday

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