The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Regional Sewer Authority (HRRSA) is a public body politic and corporate organized under the provisions of the Virginia Water and Waste Authorities Act, Chapter 51, Title 15.2 of the Code of Virginia of 1950, as amended.
HRRSA is governed by an eight member Board of Directors composed of four members appointed by the City of Harrisonburg and one member each appointed by the other member jurisdictions (County of Rockingham and the Towns of Bridgewater, Dayton and Mt. Crawford, Virginia).
HRRSA's collection and treatment facilities include the North River Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) located in Mt. Crawford, Virginia, a pumping station serving the Town of Bridgewater, flow metering stations and an interceptor system consisting of approximately 19 miles with pipe sizes varying from 10 inches to 54 inches in diameter.
Developing a work culture that strives for continual improvement in the management of financial and human resources
Eliminating waste and wasteful practices
Proactively providing asset care to ensure that our facilities are properly maintained to provide reliable and dependable service
A wastewater treatment plant cleans sewage and water so that they can be returned to the environment. Wastewater plants remove solids and pollutants, break down organic matter and restore the oxygen content of treated water.
HRRSA works to create an environment of mutual respect and trust among our team.
The health and safety of our staff is our top priority
HRRSA fosters a work environment that promotes teamwork
We work to encourage personal and professional growth
We strive to achieve environmental excellence every day through superior process control and implementation of pollution prevention practices
Attaining regulatory requirements and mandates
Providing an effective Pretreatment Program