Mayor Chuck Fewell
The Greenfield Wastewater Treatment Plant serves approximately 4,700 metered customers and has a flow capacity of 4.0 million gallons per day.
Please check out our print version of the Citizen's Academy Tour and see what your wastewater utility does and learn how the wastewater plant is operated!
Our own Wastewater Superintendent was interviewed by Commomweath Engineers after the installation of the Actiflow System.
The City has separated the sewer mainline rehab and lateral rehab projects into two different projects for 2015. The sewer main rehabilitation will be completed by CIPP method or cured-in-place-pipe method. Approximately 320' of 30" storm pipe near Tague Street will also be rehabbed with the CIPP method. The home laterals will be rehabilitated by the pipe-bursting method. Sanitary sewer rehabilitation will be taking place in the Lane Crest Addition, Greenfield.
The two sets of plans are for sale in the Clerk-Treasurer's Office and they are available for review on this website. Qualified contractors that intend to submit a bid on either or both of these projects must purchase a set of these plans to be listed as an official bidder. Bids are to be submitted to the Greenfield Clerk-Treasurer's Office, no later than 9:30am Tuesday, April 14, 2015. Bids submitted after that time will be returned unopened.
Questions can be directed to David Scheiter, Supt. of the Greenfield Wastewater Utility at (317) 477-4360, Monday thru Friday, 8am to 4pm.
The Wastewater Department tracks weather information such as temperature, rainfall, and windspeed to ensure proper operation of the water treatment process. Click here to get detailed weather history for the weather station on the silo of the wastewater treatment plant.