The City of Fishers Sanitary Sewer District is bounded approximately by the White River,126th Street, I-69, and 96th Street. Wastewater from the residential and commercial sewer users in the city’s district is collected and convey through approximately 100 miles of mainline sewers and 22 lift stations to the Cheeney Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility.
Wastewater Collection and Conveyance Facilities
The City of Fishers has separate sanitary and storm water collection and conveyance systems. Residential and commercial wastewater leaves houses and building via the building connections to the 8-inch diameter mainline sewers running under the streets or backyards. Wastewater is conveyed through increasingly larger diameter pipes to neighborhood lift stations. From there the wastewater is conveyed to larger regional lift stations, then to the Cheeney Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility.
Wastewater Treatment Facilities
The wastewater treatment facilities feature preliminary treatment, primary sedimentation, activated sludge, nitrification, secondary clarification, disinfection and effluent re-aeration. Biosolids stabilization is via the N-Viro Soil process.