Livingston County’s Septage Receiving Station is located on Runyan Lake Road at the intersection of US23 and Clyde Road in Hartland Township. The facility became operational in May 2007. The state-of-the-art receiving station is operated and maintained by the staff at the Drain Commissioner’s office.
A class-A paved road from the freeway interchange. This enables haulers to transport full loads year-round. Easy access from US23.
Entering the station requires the use of a digital ID card that is swiped outside of the bay.
The 14’ overhead bay door opens into the heated discharge bay that is outfitted with a 6” diameter flexible discharge hose.
- A video surveillance system enables them to monitor the truck offloading area and to see if trucks are waiting outside.
A touch screen computer with printer is there for use by the haulers that will enable them to check the weather, look up septic records for the location and size of their customer’s tanks. The touch screen computer has short cuts to Google Maps for convenience.
A clean restroom is provided for the haulers.
Safety equipment includes eye wash, safety shower, first aid kit, sinks and carbon monoxide monitors.
There are three
discharge bays that operate independently. Operation hours are traditionally, 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Monday-Friday and 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays.(Emergency discharge during off hours is acceptable.) Call the office at 517-546-0040 for current prices and incentive programs.
For signing up or general questions, please call the Drain Commissioner’s office at 517-546-0040.
Septage Hauler Application (Required)
Genesee County Application for discharge (Required)
Septage Fact Sheet