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Waste Water Plant

Town Creek Treatment Plant
894 Gilkey Run Rd

Lower Beech Fork Treatment Plant
3095 Sutherland Lane

 

Bardstown's Wastewater Treatment Plants, also known as Sewer Plants, remove pollutants from wastewater so that it is safe to return to creeks and rivers. Wastewater travels through a 75-mile pipe system with 24 pump stations to the plants. Next, it is treated and returned to natural waterways. Town Creek Treatment Plant was originally built in 1960 and expanded in 1980 to treat three million gallons per day. Lower Beech Fork, designed to treat four million gallons per day, was built and started operation in 2002.

Bardstown Wastewater Treatment department employs eight full-time employees. Both plants are operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Charlotte Lyvers, Primary Operator Charlotte Lyvers
Primary Operator
Mark Hufford, Primary Operator Mark Hufford
Primary Operator