In 1995 White House Utility District acquired a small wastewater treatment plant in the southern part of Gallatin, which broadened our scope of service to include wastewater collection systems. Since then, we have grown to provide wastewater services to more than 10,000 residents in Sumner County, and our system has grown to include 25 miles of sewer force mains, nearly 70 miles of gravity sewer mains, 25 sewer pump stations, nearly 1,800 manholes, and seven (7) pretreatment sites (for odor and corrosion control). The extension of this service provided the catalyst for much of the county’s recent and ongoing growth, as well as the improvement of the overall quality of life for many residents.
If you’re interested in finding out if your address, or new address, is within WHUD sewer boundaries, visit our interactive Service Area Map and enter your address.
WHUD has a comprehensive FOG Prevention program aimed at keeping FOGs (fats, oils and grease) out of our sewer system to help us prevent clogged lines. Click here to learn how you can help us prevent clogs in our system and in your home.
Because many of our customers experience spikes in water usage during summer months – due to irrigation, filling swimming pools, etc. – WHUD offers a seasonal sewer averaging program for our residential sewer customers. This program is intended to help prevent WHUD residential customers from paying sewer charges on seasonal water use that does not get returned to the sewer system. Click here to learn more.