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Information for New Businesses

South Platte Water Renewal Partners evaluates new businesses and existing businesses which have moved, undergone a change of ownership or other significant change (e.g. process change).  A questionnaire/survey¹ is used to identify and locate all possible businesses that may have additional pretreatment requirements.

The information collected is used to identify and control discharges to the sanitary sewer which might:

  1. interfere with wastewater treatment plant operations,
  2. limit biosolids recycling opportunities,
  3. endanger the health or safety of wastewater collection system workers, and/or
  4. pass through the treatment process to harm human health and/or the environment

An inspection may be conducted to verify the information after thorough review. Should the wastewater be designated as having a significant impact, the business must apply for and receive a permit³ from the South Platte Water Renewal Partners prior to discharging to the sanitary sewer.

If you manage a property with multiple tenants, click here to submit information on your tenants: 2018 Survey for Multi-Tenant Property Managers.²

Interactive Service Map

Use this search function to determine the Sewer District, Water District and Storm Drainage District for your address. It will also provide additional information on the service provider, billing provider and contact information.

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Community Events

The South Platte Water Renewal Partners hosts four major community events annually where community members are invited to visit our facility and learn about the water renewal process. We also partner with the Cities of Englewood and Littleton at their events to educate the community on the water renewal process.

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Water Renewal Process

At the South Platte Water Renewal Partners we use a biological treatment process that harnesses the natural power of native bacteria to sustainably clean and renew water using the least amount of chemicals and energy.

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