Our Domestic (Sewage) and Industrial Waste Water Treatment Systems are designed with the standard of maximum efficiency, minimum energy and cost. We are experts in waste water treatment.
NAWASSCO has two sewerage treatment plants namely;
- Njoro Sewerage Treatment Plant.
- Old Town Sewerage Treatment Plant.
Njoro Plant has a loading capacity of 9,600m³ per day; the plant utilizes 45% of the load.
The Old Town Plant has a loading capacity of 6,600m³: This also has 50% utilization. The sewer system serves 27% of the customers. Our sewer network extends 200km with the coverage in Nakuru Town East and West.
Trash it, don't block it
Everything that gets flushed down the toilet or poured down the kitchen sink, eventually meets up in the sewage pipes under your home. That's why you should only put the three Ps down the drain, Pee, Poo and Toilet Paper. Anything else will block your pipes and could cause it to come back up into your home.
Sewer DO'S & DONT'S
Nakuru Water and Sanitation Services Co. Ltd routinely maintain the sanitary sewer mains to keep them flowing freely. Our crews inspect and clean the sanitary sewer mains on a scheduled basis, but there are some things that you can do to keep your home’s sewer system as well as the Town’s sewer system trouble-free.
- Following the suggestions listed below may save residents money and avoid significant inconvenience, as well as the cost to the resident or community for clearing and repairing blockages.
- Practice water conservation to reduce the amount of water going into the septic system. Repair dripping faucets and leaking toilets. Run washing machines and dishwashers only when full. Avoid long showers. Consider replacing plumbing fixtures with water-saving features.
- Call NAWASSCO’s toll free no: 0800720036 whenever you witness vandalism, busts or leakages.
- Place a wastebasket in the bathroom to dispose of solid wastes. Disposable diapers and personal hygiene products do not belong in the sewer system.
- Make repairs to your system, contact NAWASSCO on 0800720036.
- Use the sewer system as a trash can. Avoid flushing into the system grease, disposable diapers, plastics, cigarette butts, excessive toilet paper, kitty litter, tampons, condoms, hair and chemical cleaners. These items do not degrade and will block the system; this could result in excess maintenance and possible cost to the customer.