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Operations Division
 
Water and Wastewater Operations Division (WWOD) is committed to supplying high quality raw and potable water; providing reliable water distribution and wastewater collection services; operating dependable transmission, treatment and disposal of wastewater services to large users in the north region of the County; and ensuring all services are delivered in a safe, efficient and cost-effective manner.

WWOD operates and maintains water treatment plants; re-pumping and storage facilities; lift stations, underground water distribution and sewage collection systems; and other support facilities. The division is responsible for the preparation and submittal of reports to comply with federal, state and local requirements (such as the Safe Drinking Water Act) and to ensure the reliable production of high-quality, safe, potable drinking water for our citizens. The division provides raw water from two regional wellfields to five large users and to Broward County retail operations as well as operates two retail wellfields that supply water to the County’s 1A and 2A water treatment plants.

WWOD is also responsible for providing wastewater transmission, treatment and disposal services to eleven large users and to Broward County through the operation and maintenance of a regional wastewater treatment facility and related regional pumping stations. The division operates a reclaimed water facility, which provides reclaimed water to both industrial and retail customers. In addition, WWOD operates a state-certified laboratory, a nationally-recognized Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP) and provides a critical environmental service through operating and maintaining a Septage Receiving Facility.

WWOD’s highlights include:
  • North Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (NRWWTP) effluent ocean outfall nutrient reduction goals continue to exceed those established by the State of Florida in response to the ocean outfall legislation. Section 2 - Administration and Four-Log (99.99%) virus removal infrastructure construction was completed at 2A
  • Water Treatment Facility to increase levels of disinfection. This facilitates applying for and receiving four-log treatment credit for Ground Water Rule compliance.
  • 3A Re-pump facility was transitioned from gaseous chlorine to sodium hypochlorite.
  • Master Lift Station 440 was put in service after a complete mechanical, electrical, and SCADA rehabilitation. The SCADA system was integrated into the existing system until the District 4 SCADA project is completed.​
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