What is Guernsey Wastewater?
Guernsey Wastewater is a business unit of the Public Services Department, and operates alongside Guernsey Water. It is responsible for the collection, transport and treatment of all sewage (waste from toilets, baths, sinks, showers, basins etc.) and surface water (rainfall run-off) in the Island.
Beneath the Island's roads is a network of foul water sewer pipes totalling approximately 150km that collect sewage from 74% of domestic households. These sewer pipes, collectively referred to as the sewerage system, are cleaned, maintained and inspected on a regular basis so as to ensure satisfactory performance throughout the life of the pipes. If you are not connected to this network, and you have a cesspit on your property, you will need to arrange for your sewage to be removed from your property by the sewage tanker fleet.
How do I contact Guernsey Wastewater?
Guernsey Wastewater has its own website. You can contact Guernsey Wastewater in a number of different ways:
- Telephone: +44 (0) 1481 239500 Office Hours (9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday)
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.water.gg/wastewater
Guernsey WastewaterGuernsey Wastewater, PO Box 30, Brickfield House, St Andrew, Guernsey
Tel: +44 1481 239500 Fax: +44 1481 234649