What NOT to put down the drain (or flush)!
- Cooking oil and grease. For more information click on the link for Fats, Oils, and Grease
- Hazardous Waste. This includes a broad range of chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides, automotive fluids, oils, paints. For more information please contact Sarita Croce at (603) 420-1624
- Pharmaceuticals. For more information click on the link for Pharmaceutical Wastes
- Disposable Cleaning Wipes and Personal Hygiene Products. If its not toilet paper, it shouldn't be flushed! Disposable cleaning wipes, tampons, etc. can cause pumps to plug with increased maintenance and potential backups into homes and the environment.
- Diapers. Diapers should be disposed of in the trash.
- $2.875 Million Dollar Compost Facility Upgrade Completed!
- $4.2 Million Dollar Phase II Merrimack Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade is complete!
- 40 Years of Successful Composting!
- Biosolids Policy
- Compost Information Brochure
- Compost Rates, Compost Application & Label
- Cross Country Sewer Easement Recovery
- Directions to WWTF and Tour Hours
- Fats, Oil & Grease
- Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal
- Phase II and Compost Facility Upgrade Projects
- Sewer Connection Requirements
- Sewer Master Plan - April 2013
- What NOT to put down the drain (or flush)!
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P.O. Box 235Merrimack, NH 03054-0235