HAVE AN OVERFLOW OR BACKUP do not run water until it is cleared.
Dental practices that place in or remove amalgam fillings are a controllable source of mercury entering the sanitary sewer systems. Consequently, all dental practices located in the eight cities and unincorporated areas served by the San Jose/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant are required to obtain and comply with a 5-year Dental Wastewater Discharge Permit. ... more
The SSMP is a document that addresses significant aspects of operating, maintaining, and managing wastewater collection systems. It is anticipated that the utilization of the SSMP by the District and owners and operators of wastewater collection systems throughout the state will help reduce the overall number and frequency of sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) and ultimately decrease the associated risk to human health and the environment in our community and throughout California. ... more
West Valley Sanitation District will consider collecting delinquent fees and charges for fiscal year 2013-14 on the tax roll. ... more