The drinking water service is responsible for 20 water production sites (boreholes, springs or surface water), 28 reservoirs and approximately 630 km of networks. It distributes more than 5 million m3 of drinking water per year.
The Agglomeration Community has exercised drinking water competence since January 1, 2020 throughout its territory with the exception of the following municipalities:
The Agglomeration Community makes investments related to drinking water and entrusts the operation of its drinking water service to the company VEOLIA.
37 rue Poincaré
29 rue du Marechal Foch
Information on water quality, tariffs, planned works: https://www.service.eau.veolia.fr
Annual report on price and quality of service:
Most subscribers benefit from the remote reading service for their water meter. The advantages of this service are detailed in the brochure to download here:
The sanitation service is responsible for 20 treatment stations, 120 lifting stations and nearly 700 km of network. It treats more than 10 million m3 of wastewater each year before discharge into waterways.
The Agglomeration Community has exercised all sanitation powers since January 1, 2018 throughout its territory, with the exception of the following municipalities:
The Community of Agglomeration manages all of its sanitation service by force, with the exception of the operation of the Sarreguemines wastewater treatment plant, which has been entrusted to the company VEOLIA.
Rights and duties of users and the sanitation service:
fixed portion: €40 excluding tax
proportional share: €1,815 excluding tax
Wipes are a real scourge for the sanitation system, they cause clogs and pollution. Under no circumstances should they be flushed down the toilet even if they are said to be biodegradable, but should be disposed of with household waste (blue bag). Each year, our service spends approximately €210 to deal with the damage caused by the wipes.
For a connection to the collective sanitation network, a connection request form must be completed and sent to the Agglomeration Community.
Connecting rainwater to the sewer is no longer the preferred solution. Why evacuate rainwater very far and mix it with polluted water when it can be infiltrated or stored in your garden? Why continue to saturate the networks with heavy rains when they are already overflowing and the phenomenon will increase with climate change?
Several on-plot stormwater management solutions are presented in the brochure that can be downloaded here:
Annual report on the price and quality of the sanitation service 2020:
The Agglomeration Community has set up the Public Non-Collective Sanitation Service (SPANC) throughout its territory. It concerns buildings located in non-collective sanitation areas or in a sector where there is currently no collective sanitation network.
The rights and duties of users and of the non-collective sanitation service are set out in the non-collective sanitation regulations, which can be downloaded here:
The SPANC is loaded:
The application forms for implementation, proper execution and the explanatory note can be downloaded here:
These forms should be completed and emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information by telephone on 03 87 28 30 55
Annual report on the price and quality of the non-collective sanitation service 2020:
The Agglomeration Community is competent in the field of Management of Aquatic Environments and Prevention of Floods (GEMAPI).
- Management of aquatic environments
Watercourse maintenance is the responsibility of riparian owners. The maintenance operations that can be carried out by neighboring owners are described in the guide to download:
- Flood Prevention
Several municipalities in the Agglomeration Community are subject to a Flood Risk Prevention Plan (PPRI) or an Atlas of Flood Zones (AZI):
PPRI Saar Valley: Grosbliederstroff, Kalhausen, Rémelfing, Sarralbe, Sarreguemines, Sarreinsming, Willerwald, Wittring, Zetting, Siltzheim.
PPRI Blies Valley: Blies-Ebersing, Blies-Guersviller, Bliesbruck, Frauenberg, Sarreguemines.
Atlas of the flood zones of the Alba: Hazembourg, Kappelkinger, Le Val-de-Guéblange, Nelling, Sarralbe.
Atlas of floodplains in Mutterbach: Holving, Puttelange-aux-Lacs, Le Val-de-Guéblange, Loupershouse, Rémering-lès-Puttelange, Sarralbe.
Atlas of the flood zones of the Rose: Kirviller, Le Val-de-Guéblange, Sarralbe.
These documents are available under: https://mc.moselle.gouv.fr/ppr_naturels_miniers.html
The Agglomeration Community has set up a flood alert system for the inhabitants of the Blies and Sarre valleys. The voice server is accessible on 03 87 28 60 70. It indicates the flood forecasts, the latest level measurements and recalls the alert level. If the alert level is reached, a telephone message is sent to exposed residents.
Flood information is available on the website https://www.vigicrues.gouv.fr