Wastewater

FY 2021-2022 Annual Budget

Organizational Chart

Description

The Wastewater Division is responsible for collection of wastewater and its transmission to the Fort Worth's Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility (WRF). The City's Wastewater System is interconnected with the City of Fort Worth's system and sends wastewater through 3 wholesale meter stations. This service includes the operation, maintenance, and repair of all sewer lines, manholes, and lift stations connected to the Wastewater Collection System.


The Wastewater Division strives to protect the health of the citizen's of White Settlement by reducing sanitary sewer overflows and proper cleaning up of sewage spills. Employee's inspect and monitor approximately 71 miles of wastewater infrastructure, 3 lift stations, and 842 manholes on a continual basis to prevent blockages and sewer overflows.

Budget Summary

Personnel Summary

2020-2021 Accomplishments

  1. Installed 39 Manholes and rehabed 275.4 linear feet of manholes
  2. Maintained 37,709 ft of sewer line

Goals

  1. Comply with all performance measures and keep track via work oders with all the proper information
  2. Improve service levels and efficiencies of existing operations
  3. Complete repair's to portions of the Sanitary Sewer Collection System
  4. Identify any and all I&I issues within the system
  5. Provide cost effective, reliable solid waste collection and disposal services
  6. Reduce wastewater stoppage (sewer chokes)through a scheduled main line cleaning program
  7. Maintain a safe working environment for the employee's and the general public in work zones
  8. Continue to upgrade old mains in conjunction with street improvements

FY22 Objectives

  1. Monthly staff meetings to provide updates, deliver announcements, solicit feedback, share information, and to ask or answer any questions
  2. Improve response time on emergency stoppages/sanitary sewer over flows
  3. Update the collection system grid map and input information into the ArcGIS database for easy and more accurate access to the collection system information
  4. Seek out and repair and or reline damaged sanitary and storm sewer mains as needed
  5. Smoke testing the Sanitary Collection System to curtail infiltration/inflow into the collection system
  6. Budget monies for chemicals/companies to clean-up and transport for proper disposal
  7. Reduce wastewater stoppages (sewer chokes) caused by grease build-up through grease trap inspections and the FOG ordinance, which is intended to prevent blockages of the sewer from accumulations of fats, oils, and greases discharged to the Sanitary Sewer System
  8. Monthly safety training on excavating, trenching, shoring, confined space entry
  9. Evaluate the streets condition and drivability along with the condition of the sewer main

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