We operate a septage disposal and treatment facility that’s open around the clock at our South Treatment Plant in Renton. The facility accepts domestic septage (think: wastewater that comes from a residential or commercial bathroom and kitchen) and non-domestic septage (think: wastewater from a commercial facility that’s not from a bathroom or kitchen) haulers who have obtained the proper disposal permits.
To protect our wastewater treatment process and water quality, we require haulers who want to dispose of non-domestic septage to take an extra step and obtain pre-approval to do so from the King County Industrial Waste Program. Find out more about our commercial septage disposal requirements and why they’re in place: Fact sheet: Sending commercial septage to King County's South Treatment Plant.
Steps and information on how to get permitted to dispose of domestic (residential) and non-domestic (commercial) septage.
A description of the types of septage that are accepted and not accepted at the septage disposal facility.
Information on the 2023 rates and fees to dispose of septage at the septage disposal facility at South Treatment Plant.
Detailed driving directions on how to get to the septage treatment facility at South Treatment Plant.
Information on what to expect when you get to the septage disposal facility, including the process of disposing of septage and amenities we offer at the facility.
The annual meeting is for Septage Haulers to be informed of program requirements and updates. King County staff are available to answer questions.