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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Facilities : Permit Counter : Registration of Contractors
    Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition District Registration of Contractors An Applicant s Guide to Procedures Central Contra Costa Sanitary District CCCSD policy requires contractors

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Facilities : Permit Counter : Standard Specifications 2011 Edition
    Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention FOG Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Overflow Protection Device Home Garden Shop Green Businesses Sewer Overflow Prevention Overflow Protection Device Fats Oil and Grease FOG Video Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Businesses Businesses Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Info Standards and Specifications 2014 Edition Environmental Compliance Source Control Program Source Control Contacts Regulations Permitted Industrial User Special Discharge Permit Waste Haulers Healthcare Facilities Storm Water Program Inspections Industry Best Management Practice Guides Other Resources Pollution Prevention Programs Hazardous Waste Disposal for Small Businesses Green Business Program Stormwater Program Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Sewer System
    Industry Best Management Practice Guides Other Resources Pollution Prevention Programs Hazardous Waste Disposal for Small Businesses Green Business Program Stormwater Program Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Sewer System Located in Walnut Creek at the junction of Highway 24 and Interstate 680 Collection System Operations job is to ensure that

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Sewer System : Service Area Map
    Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Side Sewer Alteration Side Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Property Owner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2014 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention FOG Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Overflow Protection Device Home Garden Shop Green Businesses Sewer Overflow Prevention Overflow Protection Device Fats Oil and Grease FOG Video Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Businesses Businesses Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Info Standards and Specifications 2014 Edition Environmental Compliance Source Control Program Source Control Contacts Regulations Permitted Industrial User Special Discharge Permit Waste Haulers Healthcare Facilities Storm Water Program Inspections Industry Best Management Practice Guides Other Resources Pollution Prevention Programs Hazardous Waste Disposal for Small Businesses Green Business Program Stormwater Program Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Sewer System : Overflows and FAQs
    Pollution Prevention FOG Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Overflow Protection Device Home Garden Shop Green Businesses Sewer Overflow Prevention Overflow Protection Device Fats Oil and Grease FOG Video Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Businesses Businesses Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Info Standards and Specifications 2014 Edition Environmental Compliance Source Control Program Source Control Contacts Regulations Permitted Industrial User Special Discharge Permit Waste Haulers Healthcare Facilities Storm Water Program Inspections Industry Best Management Practice Guides Other Resources Pollution Prevention Programs Hazardous Waste Disposal for Small Businesses Green Business Program Stormwater Program Best Management Practices School Mercury Minimization Program Dental Amalgam Program Pollution Prevention Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Sewer System : Overflows and FAQs : Overflow Protection Device
    Award Winners Doing Business with CCCSD Supplier Information Vendor Registration Bid Opportunities Ethical Considerations Contacts Construction Education Education Overview Student Programs The Central San Water Wizards Sewer Science Delta Discovery Program Treatment Plant Tours Central San Academy Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Training Household Chemicals Home Garden Publications Videos Speakers Bureau Training Opportunities Facilities Facilities Overview Treatment Plant Recycled Water Recycled Water Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Overflow Protection Device Protect YOUR Property from Sewage Overflow with an Overflow Protection Device Wherever a sewer system exists so does the potential for overflows Most sewage overflows occur when sewer lines are blocked by roots grease debris or breakage Raw sewage can then backup into your

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Sewer System : Overflows and FAQs : Fats, Oils and Grease
    Fill Station Laboratory Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Introduction HHW Collection Facility Location Hours and Contact Information Eligible Communities Packing and Transport Alternative HHW Locations What s Acceptable HHW FAQs HHW Privacy Policy Small Businesses Pharmaceutical Disposal Program Collection System Operations CSO Pumping Stations Headquarters Office Building Permit Counter Sewer Service Applications Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Annexation Procedures Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Sewage Pumping Homeowner Permit Registration of Contractors Standard Specifications 2011 Edition Sewer System Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Residental Sewer Service Application Connection Fees New Connections Public Main Extensions Septic System Conversions Sewer Alteration Sewer Repair Homeowner Permit Sewage Pumping Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop Green Businesses Sewer System Overview Service Area Map Overflows and FAQs Overflow Protection Device Fats Oils and Grease Residents FAQs Maintenance Repair Connecting to the Sewer Current Construction Sewer System Management Plan Collection System Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Fats Oils and Grease FOG How to Prevent FOG from Damaging Your Home and the Environment Fats oils and grease aren t just bad for your arteries and your waistline they re bad for sewers too Sewer overflows and backups can cause health hazards damage home interiors and threaten the environment The second leading cause of all sewer overflows is grease blockages Grease can get into the sewer from household drains as well as from poorly maintained grease traps in restaurants and other businesses Read or print our FOG Brochure Learn more by viewing our FOG Video Dispose of Your Cooking Oil Properly video Where does grease come from

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Sewer System : Overflows and FAQs : Residents FAQs
    sewer or sewer main was broken by a contractor or utility What should I do What is CCCSD s service responsibility What is the property owner s responsibility Is there information available on the history or cleaning frequency of a sewer line There is a manhole cover in my neighborhood that rattles and continues to irritate me every time a vehicle rolls over it What can I do about it What can I do about terrible sewer odors I paid a plumber to repair my side sewer It turns out the problem was occurring in the public sewer Can I be reimbursed for my plumber bill Sewage is backing up into my house building through overflowing toilets sinks bathtubs dishwashers and or washing machines What should I do If these problems occur and you are not using your household water outlets there may be a problem in the public main Call 925 933 0990 to request service If your household water outlets are being used turn them off to stop the running water This indicates a possible problem in your side sewer You need to call a plumbing company located in the yellow pages of the phone book since CCCSD is only responsible for sewers not on private property If overflow is constant the homeowner should remove the cap on the cleanout or overflow protection device if present located outside the building The homeowner can use towels sheets rags etc to keep the sewage from spreading and damaging other parts of the house back to top Sewage is overflowing from a sewer structure onto the ground driveway street etc What should I do Overflow devices are usually located near the building They may have lids or mushroom caps on top Their purpose is to allow sewage from a plugged sewer to overflow outside of the building Manhole structures are usually located in the middle of the street and provide access for cleaning and pipe inspection CCCSD manhole structures are marked with CCCSD on top Storm drains carry rain water only and are usually under curb openings in the gutters They are usually covered with grates or slotted pieces of metal Some solid round covers are marked with S or Storm Drain Your city or the Contra Costa County Department of Public Works is responsible for problems with storm drains back to top I have slow drainage through my toilets showers and sinks What can I do about it If neighbors are having similar slow drainage there is a chance that there is a problem in the public main For service call 925 933 0990 If neighbors are not having a problem you may need to call a plumbing company yellow pages of phone book back to top My side sewer or sewer main was broken by a contractor or utility What should I do The District repairs broken side sewer connections to mains and sewer mains that are broken by private contractors or utilities EBMUD PG E cities etc While

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