Fayetteville Wastewater Treatment Facilities

The protection of both human and ecosystem health in the Northwest Arkansas region is vitally important. We strive to maintain our great quality of life by providing wastewater treatment services, which involves the removal of contaminants from industrial wastewater and residential sewage, for the citizens of Fayetteville and surrounding communities.

Used to protect our local water resources, the City of Fayetteville Wastewater Division consists of many assets and activities such as the Paul R. Noland Wastewater Treatment Facility, the West Side Wastewater Treatment Facility, the Biosolids Management Site with an adjacent 670-acre hay operation, 39 lift stations throughout the city, and an Industrial Pretreatment Program. The city contracted CH2M HILL in 1987 for operations and maintenance, and the plant and staff have won many awards since that time.

Our staff works hard to eliminate overflows and preventable odors at each plant and all lift stations. We would appreciate any resident who has concerns to please call (479) 443-3292. 

Click here for a history of Fayetteville’s wastewater treatment.