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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Pollution Prevention
    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 Master Plan Standard Specifications 2014 Protecting

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Pollution Prevention : FOG
    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 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention FOG Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Overflow Protection Device Home Garden Shop Green Businesses Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness 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 Most

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Pollution Prevention : Overflow Protection Device
    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 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention FOG Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Overflow Protection Device Home Garden Shop Green Businesses Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness 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 home

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Pollution Prevention : Shop Green Businesses
    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 Green Businesses Residents Overview Rates Fees Permits Connection Information Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention FOG Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Overflow Protection Device Home Garden Shop Green Businesses Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Shop Green

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Sewer Overflow Prevention
    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 : Sewer Overflow Prevention : Overflow Protection Device
    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 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention Sewer Overflow Prevention Overflow Protection Device Fats Oil and Grease FOG Video Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness 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 home or business resulting

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Sewer Overflow Prevention : Fats, Oil and Grease
    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 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention Sewer Overflow Prevention Overflow Protection Device Fats Oil and Grease FOG Video Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness 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 Most of us know

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  • Central Contra Costa Sanitary District : Residents : Construction Zones
    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 Emergency Contacts Pollution Prevention Sewer Overflow Prevention Construction Zones Residents FAQs Earthquake Preparedness Construction Zones CCCSD strives to ensure that our collection and treatment systems operate in the most efficient manner possible Through an aggressive capital improvement plan we initiate projects to upgrade our infrastructure and utilize the most advanced cost effective equipment and processes available As these projects develop we ll keep you informed about them through this section of our site Acrobat Reader is required to view some of the information on this page Pleasant Hill Grayson Creek Trunk Sewer Project Point of Contact Chris Carpenter 925 229

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