The Town of Hampton has identified near and long term solutions for critical process upgrades and safety needs that are necessary to protect and ensure the reliability of the Town’s Wastewater Plant. The March Warrant Article 7 has been approved for funds to address these important upgrades.
Are you familiar with the WWTP? Watch the first, second and third episodes introducing you to our WWTP including Preliminary and Secondary Treatment and our Support System processes by clicking the links below:
Waste Water Treatment Plant Contact Information
Mike Dube, WWTP Operations Manager
Mike Carle, WWTP Chief Operator
Steve Aslin, Pre-treatment and Grease Waste Coordinator
What is the Waste Water Treatment Plant?
The Leavitt E. Magrath Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is owned by the Town of Hampton and is operated by the Public Works Department. It is a Grade IV secondary treatment, activated sludge facility. Located on Hardardt’s Way, behind the closed landfill, the WWTP presently treats the domestic and industrial wastes from Hampton and Rye. It also accepts septage waste from the local area.
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