Who We Are
The Miami County Sanitary Engineering Department consists of three divisions. These divisions are water, wastewater and solid waste.
The water division consists of 35 miles of water line, a pressure station and two water towers in Miami County. We provide operation and maintenance of the water distribution systems that serve the residents and businesses in Concord, Monroe and Bethel Townships.
The wastewater division consists of 35 miles of sewer line and 10 pump stations. We provide and maintain the sewer collection systems that serve the residents and businesses in Concord, Monroe, Bethel and Sugarcreek Townships.
The solid waste division handles the municipal solid waste for Miami County. Trash haulers and homeowners bring in trash from throughout the county. The trash is loaded into semi-trailers where it is then taken to a landfill. The current contract is with Rumpke and the trash goes to their Georgetown, Ohio, landfill.
There is also a Recycling Center for residents that do not have recycling pick-up services available to them in their jurisdiction.
The Miami County Solid Waste District is one of 52 solid waste districts in Ohio. It is incorporated into the Sanitary Engineering Department.
Sanitary Engineering Staff
Jillian Rhoades, Sanitary Engineer
Doug Evans, Assistant Sanitary Engineer
Jeff Shields, Superintendent of Waste/Wastewater
Scott Pence, Transfer Station Manager
Cindy Bach, Solid Waste Coordinator
Matt Ryan, Engineering Technician