Wastewater Division

The Midland Wastewater Treatment Plant recycles wastewater that has been discharged into the City of Midland's sanitary sewer system. The recycling process involves physical and biological processes that remove waste products from the water before it is discharged into the waters of the State of Michigan.

The City has been issued a permit to discharge clean, recycled water to the Tittabawassee River. The permit contains requirements for complying with State and Federal water pollution control laws. Wastewater Treatment Plant staff are responsible for complying with all permit requirements and to protect the environment to which we discharge water.
  1. Auto-Pay Enrollment

    Enroll in the city's auto payment program and ensure that you never miss a payment.

  2. Differences Between Sanitary & Storm Sewers

    Compare sanitary sewers and storm sewers.

  3. Domestic Sewage Disposal

    Licensed septage haulers may dispose of domestic sewage at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, Monday - Friday, from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., and from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on weekends and holidays.

  4. Flooding

    Research information on flooding in your community.

  5. Pay My Water / Sewer Bill

  6. Landfill Gas Pipeline Safety

  7. Sewer Backups

    Information regarding prevention and procedures related to sewer backups.

  8. Sewer Ordinance

    View Chapter 28 of the City's Code of Ordinances.

  9. Understanding Your Water / Sewer Bill

    Explanation of charges, billing cycles, and payment options.

  10. Wastewater Treatment

    Read about the wastewater treatment league.

  11. Water & Sewer Rates

    Look up water and sewer rates.