Waste Water Treatment
The IVCSD continues to handle sewer and waste water from the communities by way of evaporation ponds.
The IVCSD provides wastewater treatment at its facilities in Taylorsville and Greenville. These systems are serviced by the IVCSD maintenance staff. Fees are charged to support regular operations, maintenance, state fees, and regulations.
The Taylorsville system serves 95 users and is a community leach field. There are two pumps in the system and approximately 5 miles of collection mains.
These sewer systems are staffed by 1.5 full-time employees. These services are paid for through user fees.
The Indian Valley CSD provides sewer service for the communities of Greenville and Taylorsville. The Greenville system is made up of 570 Equivalent Dwelling units, 11 miles of collection mains, 5 pumping stations with average daily loads of 300,000 gallons, 29 acres of lagoons (pictured) and 170 manholes.
Greenville Sewer was initially built in 1959. The majority of the collection system is made of old cracked clay pipe. This broken pipe contributes to the excessive flows in the wintertime. The IVCSD is planning for the replacement of this obsolescent sewer system.