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Fats, Oils, and Greases aren't just bad for arteries and wastelines;
they are bad for sewers, too.
Sewer overflows and backups can cause health hazards, damage homes interiors, and threaten the environment. An increasingly common cause of overflows is sewer pipes blocked by grease. Grease gets into the sewer from household drains as well as from poorly maintained grease traps in restaurants and other businesses.
Attention City of Middletown Residents
Please report any street light outages to the Department of Public Works office so the needed repairs can be make.
Thank you again for your continued cooperation!
View the 2014 Annual Water Supply Statement here pdf Annual AWQR Drinking Water Report for 2014 (214 KB)
Also available FOR MIDDLETOWN RESIDENTS ONLY (No Commercial Enterprises):
Yard waste and Recyclables can be dropped off at Recycling Center on Monhagen Avenue, Monday - Friday, 7 AM - 3:00 PM.
City of Middletown Water Meter Dept reminds you:
- Over a three-month period a continuous leak can waste over 1 million gallons of water.
- A running faucet uses about one gallon per minute.
- Even a pinhole leak, such as in a washing machine hose, can waste up to 170 gallons a day.
NOTE: The Recycling Center on Monhagen Avenue will NOT be open on Saturdays until further notice.
The dumpster depot located on James Street has been removed. Qualified users should now use the Canal Street Garbage Depot. Keep ONLY municipal solid waste in the dumpsters. Please keep it clean and recycle. This City is our home.
The City of Middletown’s Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP) ensures that local, state and federal regulations are met regarding the quality of wastewater discharged into the City’s wastewater system. The City’s IPP has been created to protect the welfare of those living and working in the City and its natural environment. The IPP is targeted at minimizing discharges of pollutants from industries located within the City.
Some major elements of the City's IPP include reviewing pretreatment designs, issuing permits, performing inspections, collecting samples, reviewing self-monitoring reports, and enforcing regulations.
Below are the forms required to be completed by Industrial Users. For more information on the permit process and the fees, please feel free to call the DPW office at (845) 343-3169.
Click here for access to the Sewer Use Ordinance- Sewer Use Ordinance