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King County Wastewater Treatment Division offers a variety of programs for adults.

Come join us for a treatment plant tour, volunteer with our education programs, or invite our staff to speak with your group about our work and the importance of clean water.

At our facilities

Groups from universities, professional groups, and the general public can tour our treatment facilities and learn how wastewater can be recycled into reusable water, energy, and nutrients for plants and soil.

For more information:

Learn about scheduling a tour at South Plant in Renton or Brightwater Center in Woodinville.

King County Wastewater Treatment Division and various local partners offer workshops at Brightwater Center for adults on a variety of environmental topics.

Educator workshops allow teachers and others who work with youth to learn more about water systems and ways to integrate these topics into the classroom.

Learn more:

Check out our events page to see if there are any upcoming workshops.

King County Wastewater Treatment Division welcomes local community groups, businesses, organizations, and individuals to volunteer at Brightwater Center and South Plant. Opportunities are both one-time and long-term, ranging from becoming a docent to lead preK-2nd grade tours to assisting with environmental restoration to tending the vegetable gardens.

Brightwater Center Contact:
South Plant Contact:

In our community

King County Wastewater Treatment Division offers lectures for seniors at local senior centers. Presentations explore the wastewater treatment process, in addition to discussing the dos and don’ts of the sewers system.

To schedule a presentation, contact: