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  • Partnerships | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Bay Water Recycling Association s NBWRA efforts to further production use of recycled water Audubon Society The Marin Audubon Society was established in 1956 as part of the effort to prevent development of houses on Richardson Bay tidelands In its early years Marin Audubon Society MAS was one of the founders of Audubon Canyon Ranch MAS also was instrumental in protecting Bothin Marsh in Mill Valley and the Marin Islands National Wildlife Refuge in San Rafael which supports the largest heron rookery in San Francisco Bay Click here to visit the Marin Audubon Society San Francisco Bay Trail If you have ever walked across the Golden Gate bridge flown a kite along the waterfront in Tiburon in line skated on the Foster City levee hiked through the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge or windsurfed off Candlestick Point you too have enjoyed the Bay Trail The Bay Trail is a planned recreational corridor that when complete will encircle San Francisco and San Pablo Bays with a continuous 400 mile network of bicycling and hiking trails It will connect the shoreline of all nine Bay Area counties link 47 cities and cross the major toll bridges in the region To date approximately 240 miles of the alignment over half the Bay Trail s ultimate length have been completed Click here to visit the San Francisco Bay Trail Online Marin Audubon Society Field Trips Marin Audubon Field Trips are open to the public Bring lunch field guide and binoculars Information Questions Helen Lindqvist 415 789 0703 Click here to see upcoming field trips PRBO Conservation Science STRAW Project PRBO offers an award winning watershed education program called Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed STRAW For more information STRAW and the film A Simple Question please click here A Simple Question The Story

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/about-us/partnerships/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Community Programs | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Sewer Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Education & Events | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/education-events/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Event Calendar | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Trail Information Facilities Tour Hours Parking Photo Galleries Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Impacts to the Bay Facilities Collection System Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Collection Systems Report Infiltrations and Inflow INI Sanitary Sewer Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter Event Calendar California Public Education Program Award The Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District LGVSD provides education to the public on environmental and public health issues related to sanitary sewers and wastewater treatment Many events outreach activities and school programs are accomplished through our participation on the Public Education Committee which is comprised of five Marin County wastewater agencies The other agencies in the group are Central Marin Sanitation Agency CMSA Novato Sanitary District NSD Sewerage Agency of Southern Marin

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/education-events/event-calendar/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Outreach to Protect Water Ways | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter Outreach to Protect Water Ways Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District LGVSD offers a variety of programs focusing on the prevention of pollution in our community Community Outreach Programs focus efforts Marin County wide Protecting California s waterways is a job that everyone can help with LGVSD has opportunities for your participation To report spills dumping and backups in our service area Civic Center to Marinwood call 415 472 1734 Different agencies handle stormwater and spill response issues and now there is one number to call to report Spills and Water Pollution 1 800 SAV R BAY 1 800 728 7229 If you have questions regarding proper disposal of hazardous waste in Marin County call the Hazardous Waste Hotline at 415 485 6806 Use the 1 800 SAV

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/education-events/outreach/ (2016-05-01)
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  • The Heron Newsletter | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Learn About Wastewater Recycling Information Drug Take Back Programs Public Access Bay Trail Information Facilities Tour Hours Parking Photo Galleries Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Impacts to the Bay Facilities Collection System Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Collection Systems Report Infiltrations and Inflow INI Sanitary Sewer Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter The Heron Newsletter The Heron is LGVSD s newsletter Feel free to check out the current issue or recent back issues in Adobe PDF format The Heron Newsletter Spring 2016 The Heron Newsletter Fall 2015 The Heron Newsletter Spring 2015 The Heron Newsletter Fall 2014 The Heron Newsletter Spring 2014 The Heron Newsletter Winter 2014 The Heron Newsletter Winter 2013 The Heron Newsletter Summer 2013 The Heron

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/document-library/newsletter/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Facilities Tour | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Ways to Learn About Wastewater Recycling Information Drug Take Back Programs Public Access Bay Trail Information Facilities Tour Hours Parking Photo Galleries Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Impacts to the Bay Facilities Collection System Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Collection Systems Report Infiltrations and Inflow INI Sanitary Sewer Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter Facilities Tour Facilities Tour Guide with Local Students Teachers Aside from our Special Events Calendar we at LGVSD are eager to provide tours of our facilities to any group big or small Please call 415 472 1734 ext 10 to set up your appointment and you ll be on your way to familiarizing yourself with the benefits of treated wastewater The Public Tour Request Form

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/public-access/tour/ (2016-05-01)
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  • What You Can Do | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    What You Can Do We provide proactive cleaning to maintain sewer lines high tech proactive maintenance intensive laboratory tests to assure quality advanced treatment state certified workers and more Even the most up to date well maintained sewer system and treatment plant cannot meet tough upcoming regulations without assistance from customers The following are key areas where you can help Maintain Your Sewer Lateral What s the problem Many laterals are aging cracking and leaking This leads to large inflows of water during storms threatening to overload the treatment plant and sometimes leading to sewage spills What you can do Laterals usually run from the District s main sewer pipe in the middle of the street to a home or business The sewer lateral is the property of the landowner and sewer lateral maintenance is the responsibility of the landowner Have a qualified plumber inspect and repair your sewer lateral Install a cleanout and backflow prevention device to stop overflows into your home Have the lateral inspected when purchasing a new home or building Keep Fats Oils and Grease FOG Out of Your Drains What s the problem Grease builds up in the pipelines This can cause clogging and spills in your laterals and in District sewer pipelines What you can do Pour cooled grease into disposable containers and dispose of it in the garbage Dry wipe pots pans and dishes before washing We have grease crapers available from the district Email Greg at gpease lgvsd org to get yours Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly What s the problem Household hazardous waste such as pesticides solvents oils and paints cannot be removed by the treament process What you can do Dispose of it at the Marin Household Waste Facility 565 Jacoby Street San Rafael Residential Customers Call 415 485

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/what-you-can-do/ (2016-05-01)
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