- Pour grease, fats and oils from cooking down the drain
- Use the toilet as a wastebasket
- Use the sewer as a means to dispose of food scraps
- Collect grease in a container and dispose of it in the garbage
- Place food scraps in the waste containers or garbage bags for disposal with solid waste, or start a compost pile
- Place a wastebasket in the bathroom to dispose of solid waste. Disposable diapers, condoms and personal hygiene products do not belong in the sewer system
Director - James Strickland Jr.
Phone: (910) 332- 4651
The Public Utilities Director is a professional in the operations of the Public Utilities Department who plans, organizes and directs the Public Utilities Department, including wastewater. The Director also works with the various boards and commissions on public utilities issues and works to resolve employee related issues.
Town of Leland Utilities Department Mission is to be the provider of the highest quality water and sewer service in Leland. We will achieve this mission through our commitment to the residents and businesses in the area in a competent, professional, and enthusiastic manner. As the community grows, so will the Utility services. The Utility Department is comprised of a highly trained professional staff that is prepared to provide the best level of service to the community today and into the future. While utilizing the latest technology along with proven industry standards, we will continue to develop the infrastructure to meet the needs of the growing community.
If you are interested in volunteering and becoming a member of the Public Utilities Committee fill out the Town of Leland Board Appointment Application and fax or mail it to us.
Water and Sewer Emergencies and After Hours Emergency contact the Public Utilities Department at 910-371-6506
Brunswick County Public Utilities Department Annual Change from Chloramines back to Chlorine :