Waco, Texas (February 20, 2020) – Due to substantial rainfall, an unauthorized discharge of wastewater has occurred from the City of Waco wastewater collection system.
The discharge, totaling approximately 79,350 gallons of domestic wastewater, occurred at eight locations around the city.
Facility Name: City of Waco Wastewater Collection System
Person to contact for information: Lisa Tyer, (254) 750-8040
Location of spill(s): 17165 Skeet Eason Rd., 19372 Skeet Eason Rd., 1100 University Parks Dr.
Estimated date and time of spill(s): February 20, 3:10 a.m.
Estimated volume of spill(s)(number of gallons): 79,350
Type of Spill (domestic, industrial, other): domestic wastewater
Area potentially affected: areas near 17165 Skeet Eason Rd., 19372 Skeet Eason Rd., 1100 University Parks Dr.
Suspected cause of spill(s): substantial rainfall
List of actions taken include, but are not limited to:
THIS IS NOT A BOIL WATER NOTICE. The information below includes mandatory health safety statements required by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The city’s wastewater collection system is completely separate from the drinking water system and the City of Waco has no reason to believe drinking water, distributed by the City of Waco, has been compromised or affected in any way.
Persons May Wish to Take the Following Personal Precautions: