Recreational vehicles may empty and clean their wastewater holding tanks at the Lynchburg Regional Water Resource Recovery Facility at 2301 Concord Turnpike. Non-potable water is available for washing out the tank and there is no charge for this service. Non-potable water may not be left in any tanks.
Septage from septic tanks, which is pumped and hauled by local haulers, can be disposed of at the Lynchburg Regional Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF) at 2301 Concord Turnpike. All haulers that dispose of septage at the WRRF must have a permit issued by the City of Lynchburg’s Department of Water Resources. Non-potable water is available for washing down the truck. Information on obtaining a permit and the associated disposal fees may be obtained by calling an Industrial Monitoring Coordinator at 434-455-6240.
- For users hauling only Household Septic Tank, Porta John waste: Submit a copy of a valid Virginia Department of Health permit of each Truck/Trailer, and a completed Truck Hauled Waste Permit Application
- For users hauling Industrial, Leachate, Food Products, Treatment Facilities, or other waste types, prior approval is required before acceptance of each waste generator. Only Haulers with a valid LRWRRF THW permit may be used to transport waste.
- Contract Hauled Waste Disposal Application Additional information may be required to grant approval.
Industrial Pretreatment Program
This program is required by both Federal (40 CFR 403) and state (9VAC25-31-10 et seq.) regulations for various publicly-owned wastewater treatment plants, the Lynchburg Regional Water Resource Recovery Facility being one. The program is designed to prevent treatment works upset, pass through of the treatment system and protection of sludge quality through the regulation of significant industrial facilities, including categorical industries, which discharge into the sanitary sewer system. Industrial facilities coming under the regulations must apply for and receive a permit from the City of Lynchburg’s Department of Water Resources. Information on obtaining a permit may be obtained by calling an Industrial Monitoring Coordinator at 434-455-6240.
Below are the City of Lynchburg's City Ordinance and Regulations and Practices documents for your use.
Sewer Bill Adjustment Program