Engineering & Environmental Services

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Customer Septic Number

The Municipality of Springfield now requires all residents requiring a septic tank or holding tank to be pumped, and the septage dumped into the Springfield lagoon, to have a customer number. This number will be used to make sure only Springfield residents septage is dumped into our lagoon.
The form is easy to fill out and requires only your name, mailing and civic address, contact information, and the type of tank you have, whether it is septic or holding, how many litres it holds, and how often it is usually pumped out.
The form is available below, or call Engineering & Environmental Services (including Water and Waste) at 204-444-7359 and we can fax or email a form to you. Or you can drop by our office and fill one out.
It takes only a minute, and we will provide a number usually the same day, and we can get the number to you the same way, by fax, email, or we can provide it right after you have filled out the form in our office.
Our licensed septic haulers have agreed to spread the word about the number, and we thank them for helping us out. When you contact them for a septage pump out, they will advise you to get a number, you can then contact us, fill out the form and we will provide the number, you then will call them back and give them the number and receive your pump out. As a reminder we advise the deadline for dumping septic tanks into the lagoon is October 15 of each year as set by the Province.  Holding tanks can be dumped year round.
It is fast and easy! We thank you for your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience, but this is one time only, the number will run with the property, and once you have it you never need to do it again, just give the number to your septic hauler when you call for a septic pump out.
Engineering & Environmental Services (including Water and Waste) 
Phone: 204-444-7359

Sewer and Water Utility Rate Application
2015 Rate Study
Past Hearing Notice
Curbside Waste Disposal

The Water and waste Department helps protect public health, property, and the environment through:

  • Supplying, treating and distributing safe drinking water via our public water systems
  • Collecting and treating waste collected by our public sewage collection systems, as well as sewage waste hauled to our lagoon
  • Providing recycling and waste reduction
  • Collection and disposal of solid waste, either from our public recycling and solid waste collection, or through recycling and solid waste received from our waste transfer stations

Water and Sewer:

Public Water System Annual Report