The Oyster Bay Sewer District has announced the completion of its comprehensive plant upgrade, a milestone in the District's continuing effort to provide the best, environmentally-sound service to its customers.

With these sophisticated systems, the Sewer District, which has faithfully served its constituents for more than six decades, is prepared to move confidently into the twenty-first century.

The $6 million project, funded through a bond issue, was undertaken to improve the quality of the effluent that the District discharges into the harbor.

Covering 975 acres, the Sewer District serves the hamlet of Oyster Bay and small portions of surrounding communities through approximately 2,000 hookups and 20.3 miles of sewer mains.

After the waste water has been cleansed and discharged, the remaining sludge is hauled away and disposed of according to stringent government regulations.

Oyster Bay is fortunate to be blessed with one of the North Shore's finest harbors, the site of a thriving commercial shellfish industry and excellent recreational bathing. The taxpayers of this Sewer District deserve to be commended for taking this step in the continued protection of the harbor's quality.

Proud of its new systems, the District is offering facility tours to interested residents. For more information, call the District office at 922-4171.

Those who visit the Sewer District will quickly see the excellence of both procedure and equipment. Modern sewage treatment is without a doubt the most environmentally secure way to sanitize the waste that we produce.

Oyster Bay Sewer District Report
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