What is wastewater?

 Any undesirable liquid (or solid) that you send down the drain from your home or business. Wastewater (sewage) is flushed from toilets, drained from sinks, showers, bathtubs, garbage disposals, washing machines, and dishwashers, etc.

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1. What is wastewater?
2. What happens when I do not pay my sewer bill?
3. What are the current sewer rates?
4. What are the fees for being delinquent on my bill?
5. Can I receive an electronic bill?
6. What does the minus sign mean on my bill?
7. Why is my sewer bill higher than my water bill?
8. Why does it cost more to treat wastewater than drinking water?
9. What does the WWTA do with the money from my sewer bill?
10. Why is my water consumption so high?
11. My home is on a septic tank. Why do I have to pay for sewer?
12. Do I have to call the WWTA to turn sewer service on or off?
13. Who can help me pay my sewer charges?
14. Are there fees associated with paying my sewer bill?
15. What are the fees for being delinquent on my bill?
16. Who can I contact to make payment arrangements?
17. What is the fee for a returned check or debit/credit card payment?
18. Why do you need my current phone number?
19. What do I do if I have a leak? Will you adjust my bill?
20. Will I be able to receive a credit for filling my swimming pool?