Educational Resources and Programs

pipe clogFats, Oils, Grease (FOG) and other Nonflushables

Fats, oils, grease (F0G) and wipes are the leading contributors to clogged pipes in both the public and private sanitary system. Clogged pipes lead to raw sewage overflowing into homes, expensive repairs and potential health risks from exposure to sewage contaminates. For more information on how to prevent damage to your pipes, click on the link below. 

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WWTF TourFacility Tours

Take a tour of the Aquia or Little Falls Run Wastewater Treatment Facility. There is nothing quite like getting to experience first-hand a wastewater treatment plan in operation. The impressive processes and innovative designs used to enhance the quality of water treated and the safety of our workers is sure to provide students with an experience they will remember. 

Plant tours are FREE of charge.

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Click Here to watch the Virtual Tour 

shutterstock_243564907 (2) (1)Septic System Pumpout Program

Improperly functioning septic systems are the leading cause of groundwater pollution in Virginia. In accordance with the Virginia Administrative Code, 9VAC25-830-130, Stafford County has initiated a state mandated program requiring that septic systems be pumped out every five (5) years. 

To verify that your septic system has been pumped out and is in compliance, or for more information click on the link below.

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shutterstock_658012429 (1)COVID-19 Drinking Water FAQs

Stafford County Utilities wants customers to know that providing a safe and reliable source of water is our priority. For more information regarding existing treatment requirements, water quality standards and more, Click Here