Wastewater

our public wastewater treatment stands at a critical point in the water cycle.  Wastewater is processed using state-of-the-art treatment practices before its release into the environment, protecting area waterways and the environment as a whole.

While wastewater treatment has been practiced by civilized society for over 100 years, it has only been since the 1970's that national standards for clean water have been set and billions of dollars committed for the construction of treatment plants.  And even though we depend on clean water every day, the overwhelming public demand for clean lakes and rivers and safe drinking water is a fairly recent development.

Mayfield Electric & Water Systems takes great interest in the city of Mayfield and we strive to provide quality wastewater/sewer service at the lowest possible cost.


Wastewater Department Facts

Total Sewer Customers 4605
Average Daily Flow 1.75 million gallons per day (MGD)
Maximum Treatment Capacity 3.1 MGD

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