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Wastewater Treatment Plant

The City of Mansfield Sewage Treatment Plant is owned and operated by the City and is located on
George Hunt Road.  The sanitation plant, built in 1993, has recently undergone a major improvement project. 
In July 2009, the City secured an $812,900 LCDBG grant from the LDOA with matching City funds of $97,600
and began construction on a new modern plant system.  Contractors abandoned the old aquatic plant filters
and constructed a up to date - traveling bridge type tertiary sand filter to follow the rock-reed filters; and constructed a chemical feed facility.  New aerators replaced old inoperable aeration equipment.

The updates were deemed substantially completed on March 18, 2010.  Immediate and significant improvements in the quality of effluent discharge from the facility were realized. The City is now be able to meet requirements of the Ten States Standards and its wastewater discharge permit – further benefiting all residents of the City by eliminating unsanitary conditions and reducing the risks to public health and safety.

Approximately 500,000 gallons of waste a day goes through the filtered system.
Its total rated capacity is approximately 750,000 gallons per day.

What if I have additional questions about my water/sewer account?

For more information or questions regarding your water/sewer account, you may contact the Utility Billing Office. 

Phone: (318) 872-0406 
Fax: (318) 872-0402