Serving the people of South Berwick since 1964
The South Berwick Sewer District was formed in 1964 by an act of the Maine Legislature to operate a sanitary sewer system in the town of South Berwick.
Under its Charter, the mission of the Sewer District is to:
- Provide for the health and well-being of the inhabitants of the Town of South Berwick within the limits of the proposed sewer district by the creation, maintenance and operation of a modern sewer system.
- To ensure that all established environment standards are met with regard to sewage discharge into the Salmon Falls River.
The district has approximately 1200 members, 20 miles of sewer line, and a modem tertiary treatment plant.
Thomas Harmon – Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Harold "Skip" Clough – Superintendent (email@example.com)
Sandy Rice – Office Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Board of Trustees
Amin Bahrour – Chairman
Jim Roberge – Treasurer
Kevin Emery – Clerk
Paul Hussey, Jr. – Trustee
Ken Holmes – Trustee
Trustees meet at 7:00pm the first Monday of each month in the Town Council Chambers at the South Berwick Town Hall, 180 Main Street.