Florence Regional Sewage District
Emergency Contact: 812-363-0234
Welcome to Florence Regional Sewage District
The Florence Wastewater Treatment Plant consists of four phases of treatment: preliminary treatment, secondary treatment, disinfection, and sludge handling. In the preliminary treatment phase, large solids and inorganic materials are removed from the sewage. The secondary treatment phase is a biological process that concentrates on the removal of organic materials. Disinfection of the final effluent is accomplished through Ultraviolet Radiation. Sludge is stabilized in aerobic digesters and sludge stabilization lagoons. The end result becomes a highly useful and effective product when applied to farmland.
The Florence Regional Sewage District was formed in 1992 and organized as an independent municipal corporation of the State of Indiana. Our purpose is to provide a highly efficient, effective and courteous service to our customers.
It is our mission to be the leader in our field, to be the best managed, best qualified provider of clean wastewater with the highest respect to our environment so that we may all enjoy a good quality of life for years to come.
Robert Wheeler President
Clifford Hatton Vice President
Patricia Chase Secretary / Treasurer
Sandra Maples Member
Patrick Lyons Member