Little Rock Wastewater exists to serve you, the Little Rock water customer. Our commitment is to provide excellent quality sewer services for both residential and business customers as we keep our water resources safe for wildlife and human reuse. A group of dedicated professionals who work to provide a safe and clean environment for our City, the employees of LRW want to ensure you have all the customer service, education, and legal information you need.

We are the sanitary services provider for residential, commercial, and industrial users in the City of Little Rock. Liquid and solid waste comes to LRW for transport and treatment after water is used in homes and workplaces. The water is cleaned, processed, and released after meeting and exceeding the current water quality standards.


Gregorio (Greg) Ramon joins Little Rock Wastewater as the 5th Chief since the Utility was established over 75 years ago. Mr. Ramon comes to LRW with more than 25 years of experience in the wastewater and water industry. He has held management and leadership roles for most of his career.

In 2010, Greg joined the Central Arizona Project (CAP), as the Assistant General Manager of the Maintenance Group. CAP delivers more than 500 billion gallons of Colorado River water per year to more than 80% of the state's population living in Pima, Pinal and Maricopa counties in the State of Arizona. CAP is a 336-mile long system of aqueducts, tunnels, pumping plants and pipelines with the capacity to deliver over two billion gallons a day. It is the largest single resource of renewable water supplies in the state of Arizona.

Greg oversees five departments with a staffing level of 246 full-time positions. This includes the West Canal System, South Canal System, Electronics and Communications, Centralized Maintenance, and Maintenance Engineering Control Departments. He is also responsible for crafts and trades technical training which includes overseeing an Apprenticeship Program division.

Prior to joining CAP, Greg worked for the City of Phoenix Water Services Department as the Assistant Water Services Director. In this capacity, he was responsible for the Operations Branch which included the overall management of the Wastewater Treatment, Water Production, Water Distribution, Pollution Control, and Wastewater Collection Divisions. Process Control and Security Functions were also under the Operations Branch. The Operations Branch was comprised of more than 900 employees.

Greg earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Concentration in Management from National-Louis University and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. He holds an Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Operator Certification in all wastewater and water disciplines.

Mr. Ramon is an active member of the American Water Works Association and serves on several committees as well as he is on the Standards Council.





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