The city of Croswell is currently implementing a new well and water filtration system that will be in place in 2019. This system will allow for exponential growth of their water system demand. They will also have the ability to customize water quality to our user's need, either system wide or on site water filtration.
Currently, water is supplied to the city via municipal ground water wells. Croswell is to the future which also includes verbal arrangements to also access Lake Huron water sources as well if it is advantageous to our industry and commercial interest.
With a motto like "Partners in Industry", Croswell has well over 100 years of advocating for and with their industries and recognizes the symbiotic relationships with their commercial and industrial friends and neighbors. The City of Croswell is staging itself to be the next great partner for agricultural processing with a passion for brewing and distilling.
Maximum Available Capacity: 3 mgd
Current Available Capacity: 1.5 mgd
Hardness: 340 ppm
Chloride: 112 ppm
Any Seasonal Swings in Mineral Content: No Seasonal Swing
Waste Water Capabilities
NPDES Permit? Yes
Diameter of Sewer in Downtown Area: 18 inches
Available Flow Capacity of the Sewer Main in the Downtown Area: 300,000 gallons/day
Available Volume Treatment Capacity of the Wastewater Treatment Plant: 300,000 gallons/day
Exiting Limits: mg/L/ppm
- BOD: 200
- COD: 500
- TSS: 160
- FOG: 31
- TKN: 20
- Ammonia-N: 20
- Phosphorous: 4.3
Sewer Usage Rate = $10.77 per 1,000 gallons
Tap in Fees
- $2,000 for 6"
- $2,500 for 8"
Capacity or REU Charges = $2,000 / REU
Contact Person: Edward Carstens, Wastewater Superintendent
Phone: (810) 546-9091
Contact Person: Samuel Moore, City Administrator/Zoning
Phone: (810) 679-2299