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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : About Us : Contact Us : Hours & Directions
    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 About Us Overview Message from the General Manager Who We Are Board of Directors Management 70th Anniversary Open House What is a Special District Financial Information Strategic Plan 2014 2016 Organization and Staffing Plan Wastewater Cost of Service Study 2015 What s New Publications and Videos Public Notices and Public Review Documents Employment Contact Us Hours Directions Hours Directions Central Contra Costa

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents
    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 Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Overview Source Control Pollution Prevention Shop

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Rates & Fees
    government and non profit facilities are billed directly CCCSD also receives approximately 73 of your property tax for operating maintaining and renewing of facilities Fees Sewer connections are handled by the Permit Team on an individual basis making it extremely difficult to list all possible scenarios and their associated fees There are many stipulations that can impact those fees Please call 925 229 7371 for more information Rates and Schedules Click here for detailed rates and fees schedules Overview of CCCSD Sewer Connection Fees As the name implies sewer connection fees are paid when a building s plumbing facilities are connected to the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District CCCSD public sewer system While this normally applies to new construction of houses or commercial property sewer connection fees may also be required when existing buildings or businesses are modified in a way that results in additional wastewater being generated Generally the type of user you are i e residential or commercial determines the fees you will be required to pay when connecting to the public sewer system What do these sewer fees pay for Capacity Fee Capacity Fees are established for new users of the CCCSD public sewer system and are based on a buy in approach where the new user is buying in to all of CCCSD s capital assets In a nutshell this one time fee is your fair share of the cost of these capital assets which are needed to collect treat and safely recycle or dispose of your wastewater If you are connecting a house or building with multiple residential living units your fee is assessed at a fixed rate per unit If you are connecting a business or industrial property the fee is calculated based on a comparison between the volume and strength of wastewater from 1 000 square feet of the particular business or industry space and an average residence For example a 1 000 square foot retail store typically produces less wastewater than an average residence so the fee for the store would be less than the fee for a single family house On the other hand a 1 000 square foot restaurant or laundromat typically produces 4 to 13 times more wastewater than an average residence so their fee would be higher If you are expanding your commercial building changing your business operation or adding more living units to your property you may have to pay additional Capacity Fees If your property is located in an area where gravity alone cannot deliver your wastewater to the treatment plant you will be charged an additional Capacity Fee This fee is for your share of the capital cost of pumping stations and other facilities needed to augment gravity sewers These pumping zones include portions of Martinez Orinda Moraga North Concord and San Ramon Plan Review Fee This one time fee covers the cost of CCCSD staff reviewing the plans and documents related to connecting your house or building to the public sewer system These may

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information
    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 Residents Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Information Residental Sewer 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 Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Permits Connection

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Residental Sewer Service Application
    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 : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Connection Fees
    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 Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting the Environment Protecting

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : New Connections
    New Connections Introduction The construction of a new building normally requires a connection to the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District CCCSD sewer system CCCSD has developed procedures to approve the connection collect applicable fees and inspect the construction of needed sewer facilities Building Plan Review CCCSD staff reviews building plans for new construction for possible encroachments into existing public easements or conflicts with existing CCCSD facilities If encroachments exist plans must be revised to meet CCCSD requirements CCCSD staff will also determine the availability of public sewers in the area to serve the proposed building as well as the plumbing for the proposed connection CCCSD does not approve the building plans for construction That function is handled by the local jurisdiction responsible for the building permits Definitions Side sewer is the privately owned and maintained sewer which connects the plumbing system of the building to the public sewer The side sewer begins with and includes the connection to the public sewer and terminates at the point of connection to the building plumbing system Side sewer includes the lateral sewer and the house sewer Lateral sewer is that portion of the side sewer which is within the public right of way or CCCSD easement House sewer is that portion of the side sewer from the lateral sewer to its connection to the building plumbing system Public sewer is a main sewer which may have one or more side sewers connected to it These sewers are normally 8 inches or larger in diameter Procedures New Building Construction Applicant delivers building plans to CCCSD for review CCCSD staff reviews building plans as outlined above The plans may be required to be revised and resubmitted in order to meet CCCSD requirements Once the building plans have been accepted by CCCSD staff will then stamp building plans noting any additonal specific CCCSD requirements These requirements must be met prior to connection of the structure to the public sewer These requirements can include but are not limited to the payment of applicable fees and the construction of necessary public sewers Applicant obtains building permits from appropriate county or city building department Prior to final inspection of the building by the county or city and not earlier than the completion of the roof and rough plumbing the applicant must return to CCCSD to pay all applicable connection fees Checks shall be made payable to Central Contra Costa Sanitary District or CCCSD When the connection fees are paid CCCSD will issue a permit for the sewer work to a properly licensed contractor hired by the applicant and registered with CCCSD The CCCSD permit will be issued to the contractor only at the CCCSD permit counter This contractor will be responsible for all necessary side sewer work If property owners wish to install their own side sewers they can perform only that work which is located wtihin their property Specific requirements for property owner work are summarized in the Conditions for Property Owners Permit handout If a lateral sewer

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Permits/Connection Information : Public Main Extensions
    A list of civil engineers practicing in the area is available at the District s permit counter Main Extension Procedure I Preliminary Investigation Work Review location of existing sewers with District personnel Investigate whether property must be annexed Review the need for sewer rights of way with District personnel Retain a licensed civil engineer to prepare plans and handle technical matters Investigate required bonds and agreements Investigate District charges for plan review inspection and connection fees The civil engineer preparing the construction plans can provide an estimate of these fees or the estimate can be obtained at the District s permit counter Inquire with the local jurisdiction regarding encroachment permit requirements for work in the road right of way II Design and Preliminary Plan Review The civil engineer must prepare sewer plans in accordance with the District s Standard Specifications The plans must then be submitted to the District for preliminary review The following must be submitted Two sets of sewer plans with 100 and 600 scale system maps Right of way documents Sewer plan sepia Plan review fees At the conclusion of the preliminary review by the District one set of sewer plans will be returned to the civil engineer Required plan revisions will be noted on the plans Generally two or more preliminary reviews are required Once all the required changes are made the plan review process proceeds to the construction approval phase III Construction Plan Approval Prior to the start of construction of the sewer it will be necessary to submit a set of construction plans for approval The construction plans must incorporate all modifications additions etc required by the District The following items must be submitted by the project engineer for construction approval Four sets of construction plans and one additional copy of the system map sheet A full set of mylar duplicates of the construction plans Cut sheets for sewer line staking A copy of the recorded subdivision map or executed Irrevocable Offers of Dedication An engineer s estimate or contract price to establish the project s improvement security amount Signed Owner s Sewer Improvement Agreement download agreement pdf and project improvement security for 100 of the construction cost of the public sanitary sewer work in one of the following acceptable forms Cashier s check in the amount of 100 of construction cost payable to Central Contra Costa Sanitary District No interest is payable Two 2 Certificate s of Deposit CD 90 10 of the construction cost payable to Central Contra Costa Sanitary District Note The CD for 90 of construction cost should mature upon project completion the 10 CD one year later Interest earned by BOTH CDs is payable to owner Corporate Surety Bond 100 of construction cost download form pdf Inspection fees IV Construction Permit All construction under the Main Extension Procedure must be done by a licensed contractor who is approved by the District list available at the District s permit counter All work done is subject to inspection by the District

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