Information about sewage treatment works and pumping stations within Fenland
Anglian Water Services (AWS) look after most sewers, sewage treatment works and pumping stations in Cambridgeshire.
There are also a large number of small plants, cess pits and septic tanks that are privately owned. Usually, the people who 'benefit' from these are responsible for looking after them.
We manage and run a small number of sewage treatment works and pumping stations. These are generally in rural locations serving ex-council houses.
The table below lists the plants that we maintain. To report a problem with one of these, please email email@example.com.
|Belt Drove||Elm||Sewage Treatment Works||Between Number 6 and 7|
|Burnthouse Road||Turves||Sewage Treatment Works||Access between Number 41 and 43|
|Churchill Road||Gorefield||Sewage Treatment Works||Behind Number 21|
|Church Lane||Newton||Sewage Treatment Works||On Fenland Gate Access Track|
|Fen Road||Guyhirn||Sewage Treatment Works||Behind Number 1|
|Garden Lane||Wisbech St Mary||Sewage Treatment Works||Right of Number 14|
|Common Bank / Inkerson Fen||Throckenholt||Sewage Treatment Works||Between Number 2 and 3|
|Lindens Close||Thorney Toll||Sewage Treatment Works||Rear access road behind properties|
|Nene Parade||Wisbech||Pumping Station||Port of Wisbech Land|
|Newgate Road||Tydd St Giles||Sewage Treatment Works||Between Number 14 and 15|
|Newlands Road||Parson Drove||Sewage Treatment Works||Behind Number 16|
|Overstone Road||Coldham||Sewage Treatment Works||Behind Number 14|
|Ramsey Road||Pondersbridge||Sewage Treatment Works||Between 226 and 228|
|Sanitation Point||March||Pumping Station||Town Centre|
|Long Drove / Waldersea||Friday Bridge||Sewage Treatment Works||Between Number 6 and 7|
|Fenland Way||Chatteris||Pumping Station||Traveller site|
|Newbridge Lane||Wisbech||Pumping Station||Traveller site|
|Sandbank||Wisbech St Mary||Sewage Treatment Works||Traveller site|
|Seadyke||Murrow||Sewage Treatment Works||Traveller site|
|Turf Fen Bridge||Murrow||Sewage Treatment Works||Traveller site|
Most property owners connected to a Council asset are made aware when buying their property.
You will pay a charge for sewage treatment if the sewage from your household is processed by one of our Sewage Treatment Works. You pay:
The sewage charge covers the operation and maintenance of the Sewage Treatment Works that serves the property.
We use AWS Tariff Rates (either Rateable Value or Volumetric Water Usage) to calculate the annual service charge. This begins every year on April 1st or when you move into your property.
Our invoices must be paid within 14 days. You can set up half-yearly or monthly instalments by contacting our Sundry Debtors Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01354 654321.
Drains and sewers running between properties and sewage treatment works are classed as 'Private'. This means that properties connected to them are responsible for their maintenance and repair.
If a problem occurs along a private system, properties that drain to this point are jointly and equally responsible for the cost of dealing with the problem. This may involve removing a blockage, making a repair and cleaning up afterward.
FDC do not own and are not responsible for private sewers or drains linked to sewage treatment works.
Blockages can cause real problems for drainage and the sewage treatment process. To reduce the chance of blockages and keep things working effectively, we suggest: