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North Little Rock Wastewater

The next Wastewater Committee meeting will be held on April 16, the third Tuesday in April. The Committee meeting will return to the usual second Tuesday of the month in May. (Click to learn more about the Committee.)

North Little Rock Wastewater is the state’s largest regional wastewater provider, serving North Little Rock, Maumelle, Sherwood, and parts of Pulaski County. With 715 miles of sewer lines, 72 pumping stations, and four treatment plants, NLRW treats 30.6 million gallons per day on average and 77 million gallons per day during peak flows.

Lab Testing at North Little Rock Wastewater

The mission of North Little Rock Wastewater is to provide safe, low cost, high quality sanitary sewer service to the citizens of North Little Rock, Maumelle, portions of Sherwood, and other areas as directed.


The Utility, through its planning, will also support the orderly growth of the community with the overall objective of preserving the health and well-being of the citizens and the environment.

Aerial View of North Little Rock Wastewater

North Little Rock Wastewater provides customers with tools and resources to get answers and make informed decisions.

NLRW is currently hiring for several different positions. Only serious inquiries please.

Stay up-to-date with the latest news from North Little Rock Wastewater.

Call (501) 945-7186. Crews are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day to address emergency sewer situations.

For billing questions or water service issues/connection, please visit the Central Arkansas Water website or call (501) 372-5161.

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Phone​ (Emergency and Non-Emergency)



7400 Baucum Pike
PO Box 17898
North Little Rock, AR 72117

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