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Purpose
Created in 1980 by the Townships of Ross, Richland, Barry and Prairieville, the Authority collects wastewater from over 2000 customers in northeastern Kalamazoo County, Michigan, using a network of over 50 miles of collector sewers, 35 pumping stations and associated trunk sewers. Wastewater is pumped to the City of Kalamazoo for treatment and final disposal. The Authority provides complete system management, maintenance, repair and upgrades.  The current service district consists of the Townships of Ross, Richland, Cooper, Village of Richland, and a portion of Charleston Township, plus the southerly portion of Barry and  Prairieville Townships in Barry County.
 
Mission
It is the mission of the Authority to surpass the expectations of our customers --  to effectively, efficiently and in observance of all safety and sanitary practices, collect and transport wastewater from our customers to the City of Kalamazoo for treatment and disposal.
 
Commitment to Excellence-2013

 
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