For sewer emergencies, call 530.889.7515
In cooperation with the cities of Auburn, Lincoln, and Roseville, we strive to protect the environment, and to provide the best sewer services possible. Learn how to Live Sewer Smart by properly disposing of Fats, Oils & Grease (FOG), unused medications, and Household Hazardous Waste (HHW).
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To determine if you live in a county sewer district, please check our sewer district locator map. Residents of cities and privately maintained sewer systems should contact their local sewer service provider.
Sewer services provided by Placer County include the operation and maintenance of 5 wastewater treatment facilities, 44 sewer pump stations, almost 300 miles of sewer pipe, and over 450 Septic Tank Effluent Pump (STEP) systems.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How do I dispose of my kitchen Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG)?
Free Doorstep Pick-up - The Cities of Roseville, Auburn, and Lincoln, South Placer Municipal Utilities District (SPMUD) and Recology Auburn Placer provide free FOG pick-up services. Call to schedule a pickup time:
City of Roseville Customers - 916-774-5780
City of Lincoln Customers - 916-434-2450
SPMUD Customers (Rocklin, Loomis, Penryn and Newcastle) - 916-786-8212
Recology Auburn Placer Customers (City of Auburn and surrounding areas) - 530-885-3735
Free Drop-off Locations
Western Placer Waste Management Authority (All Placer County residents) - 916-645-5230 (extension 4)
How do I save my Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG)?
1. All cooking fats, oils, and grease should be allowed to cool to room temperature.
2. Place cooled fats, oils, and grease in a clear plastic container with a screw on lid. all containers should be clearly marked "food grease" on the outside of the container. Containers that are not marked, or contain garbage or other material, will not be accepted in either the doorstep pick-up program or at the Western Placer Waste Management Authority facility.
3. Containers should only contain cooking related fats, oils, and grease and no other material such as food scraps, water or garbage.
Sewer System Management Plan
The State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) requires public agencies that own or operate sanitary sewer systems to develop and implement a Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) to reduce the potential for overflows. Agencies are required to report all overflows to the SWRCB public online database.
Environmental Engineering has developed an SSMP, with plans to minimize sewage spills and measures to effectively clean them up and report them, for each sewer system that we operate.
For general sewer information call 530-889-6846
For sewer emergencies call 530-889-7515
For other non-emergency questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org