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Sanitary Sewer

The City of Surrey works on building and maintaining an effective and reliable sanitary sewer system that services residents and businesses in our growing community. The City has one of the largest sanitary sewer systems in the province and connects to several large sanitary sewers that are owned and operated by Metro Vancouver. These pipes carry wastewater to the Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Learn how Surrey's Sanitary Sewer System is maintained, or find out how to connect your home to the city's sewer system and when you should report a problem with the sewer system.

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Report a Sanitary Sewer Problem

Find out who to contact if you are experiencing an issue related to the sanitary sewer system.

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Sanitary Sewer Inspection and Maintenance

Learn what the City is doing to ensure the sanitary sewer system functions properly.

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Sanitary Sewer Maintenance for Homeowners

Follow these tips to keep your sewer pipes working properly.

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Sanitary Sewer Connections and Extensions

Find out what you need to connect your property to the City's sanitary sewer system.

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Rainwater and Groundwater Impacts

Find out why it's important to keep rainwater and groundwater out of the sanitary sewer system.

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