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Private Sewer Rehabilitation Programme

Overview

The private sewers are owned by the private premises' owners. These owners are responsible for maintaining the private sewers.

Used water from private premises such as condominiums, commercial and industrial buildings is sent to public sewers through the private sewer network.

What you can do as a private premise's owner
1. Check your private sewers regularly

You can engage a contractor to check if your private sewers are leak-free and properly connected to the public sewer. This can be done by carrying out a leak test or other means. 

2. Repair any leaks
You should carry out the necessary repairs, if any leaks are found in your private sewers.  You can engage a contractor or contact PUB for assistance. 

A list of contractors who have carried out sewer rehabilitation works in PUB's past and current contracts

List of Contractors 

Private Sewer Rehabilitation Programme
  • Under the private sewer rehabilitation programmes, PUB conducts checks and assists in the investigation of the private sewers within private premises (condominiums, commercial or industrial buildings, etc.). The identified defective private sewers will be rehabilitated subsequently.

    Jurong-Lake-Catchment 

  • PUB has completed the following private sewer rehabilitation programmes:
    Marina Reservoir Catchment (2006-2011)
    Punggol and Serangoon Reservoir Catchment (2010-2013)
    Jurong Lake Catchment (2013-1Q 2019)
  • PUB is currently in the midst of looking into extending the private sewer rehabilitation programme to other parts of Singapore.
 

The private sewers are owned by the private premises' owners. These owners are responsible for maintaining the private sewers.

Are there leaks in your private sewers?

Fixing the leaks in your private sewers Application for Government Subsidy Form
 
 
 
 
  • Check your private sewers regularlyYou can engage a contractor to check if your private sewers are leak-free and properly connected to the public sewer. This can be done by carrying out a leak test or other means.
  • Repair any leaksYou should carry out the necessary repairs if any leaks are found in your private sewers. You can engage a contractor or contact PUB for assistance.