Media Relations Contact Information
Doing Business with WSSC
WSSC's Solicitation of Businesses for the United Way Campaign - Code of Ethics Notice
Helpful Environmental Resources
Biosolids - Biosolids are the nutrient-rich organic product of wastewater treatment. WSSC has been dedicated to protecting the environment through sound resource management. View information on how we process our biosolids to protect and benefit our environment.
Can the Grease - Grease. You know it's bad for us, but did you know it's bad for our pipes too? Learn how you can Cease the Grease and help prevent sewer blockages and backups.
Power Up - Wind Power Initiative
Water Conservation Tips - Tips on how to save water inside and outside the home.
Water – Use it Wisely Campaign - A nationally sponsored campaign to save water and reduce waste.
About Our Water Resources
Information on Emerging Contaminants in Source Water and Drinking Water - Frequently asked questions about Emerging Contaminants.
Lead in Drinking Water - View more information regarding Lead in Drinking Water.
Helpful Customer Resources
Calendar of Events - Check WSSC's upcoming schedule.
Community Outreach - WSSC provides educational services, support, and programs to communities, schools and organizations throughout Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. Explore the various program areas described here to learn more about the wide variety of opportunities.
Bill Payment Assistance - View a list of the governmental and non-governmental agencies which have programs that can assist our customers with the payment of utility bills.
Fire Hydrant Fact Sheet - View more information regarding the Fire Hydrant Fact Sheet.
Grinder Pumps - Grinder pumps work like a household garbage disposal, but on a larger scale. It grinds up wastewater produced in your home (i.e. toilet use, shower, washing machine, etc.) and pumps it into the public sewer system.
Guide to Winterizing Your Home - Tips on preparing your home for winter.
Leak Detection Information - A guide to household leak detection.
Making the Connection: A homeowner's introduction when your well or septic system fails. Homeowners have many questions when they need to inquire about obtaining WSSC water and/or wastewater service. Review some basic facts before you begin the process.
Online Bill Payment of your water/sewer bill is now available.
Pinhole Leaks in Copper Pipes - The following information can be obtained within this section: answers to frequently asked questions and, a research paper on possible causes and charts of preliminary information gathered to date.
Pipeline - Quarterly Customer Bill Insert - Information mailed to bill-paying customers only. Customers who rent, lease, or are not billed directly, may not receive this text in the mail.
Residential Billing Guide - Useful information about your WSSC bill.
Requesting Information per the Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA). Some WSSC records are available to the public. To obtain a record, submit a written request however, it may be helpful to first review the WSSC standard procedure that explains the process for obtaining records pursuant to the Maryland Public Information Act. Written requests should be sent by regular U.S. mail to: Corporate Secretary, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, 14501 Sweitzer Lane, Laurel, MD 20707 or by email to MPIAemail@example.com.
Spring Events - View our upcoming WSSC events and activities.
State Wastewater Fee (Bay Restoration Fund or Flush Tax)
Tap Water Analysis Reports - View specific tap water data from our both of our filtration plants for the last several years.
Water Fund and RoundUp - View information regarding bill-paying financial assistance through our Water Fund.
Water Quality Reports and Frequently Asked Questions - View how water is treated, where your water comes from and other water quality information.
WSSC Watershed -- Open to most activities in season - WSSC is permitting most watershed activities at our Triadelphia and Rocky Gorge Reservoirs, including boating, boat mooring, fishing, horseback riding and picnicking. Certain activities may require a watershed permit and/or be subject to fees.
\Watershed Recreational User Program - WSSC sponsors a recreational program on the watershed which allows visitors to pay a fee for engaging in fishing from portions of the shorelines of reservoirs; fishing and recreational boating on large areas of the reservoirs; mooring of personal boats; horseback riding in designated areas; and hunting in specific areas.
Winter Weather and Water Main Breaks - Cold weather can impact our water pipes and yours. Find out how we prepare for winter weather and what you can do to protect your pipes from the cold.
Helpful Commission Resources
Disparity Study Information
Finance Office Reports
2012 Retiree Open Enrollment book. - This 2012 Retiree Open Enrollment book provides all the information necessary for WSSC retirees to review their options for health and dental benefit plans for the calendar year 2012. This has been mailed to all retirees, but is provided here for your convenience. You may e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Robert G. Berger Memorial Scholarship Fund - Find out how to apply for this Fund (available to children of WSSC employees and retirees).
Safety and Health Program - Find out how WSSC ensures the safety and health of its employees in providing the water and wastewater services.
WSSC Art Gallery Presents... - The WSSC Art Gallery provides local professional level artists an opportunity to exhibit their talent, as well as to promote the cultural enrichment of WSSC employees and the public.