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  • Avoid Bad Stuff | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Avoid Bad Stuff What not to put down your Drain These items should NOT have made it down the drain but DID Help us protect the environment by following these helpful hints on what not to dispose of in the toilet or in any drain Disposable products including diapers personal hygiene products paper towels facial pads dental floss and disposable scrubbers belong in the trash not your drain Kitchen grease and cooking oil should be poured into a container allowed to solidify and disposed of in the garbage Dry wipe dishes pots and pans to remove residual grease before washing Dispose of food scraps into a waste container and put

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/what-you-can-do/avoid-bad-stuff/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Fun Ways to Learn About Wastewater | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Fun 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 Fun Ways to Learn About Wastewater Marin Wastewater Treatment Agencies have banned together to provide a great place to go for information fun and yes games all geared to educate the public about environmental protection through proper wastewater collection treatment and disposal Visit the Sav R Bay site often and please tell your friends Remember now there s one Easy Number to report Spills

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/what-you-can-do/fun-ways-to-learn-about-wastewater/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Recycling Information | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Recycling Information Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Board of Directors and Staff are committed to reusing wastewater and solid waste and utilizing green practices Previously wastewater was discharged into the Bay and all solid waste was trucked to the landfill at increased expense Today alternative methods are utilized to maximize recycling and new technologies are routinely evaluated In addition the District provides and participates in a variety of recycling programs and events We are a collection point for household batteries fluorescent bulbs and tubes and mercury thermometers You can find information

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/what-you-can-do/recycling-information/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Drug Take Back Programs | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Drug Take Back Programs Marin County Take Back Day Marin County Take Back Programs The aim of this innovative program is to keep un used or expired pharmaceutical products out of the waste stream and environment Recent news reports have described the presence of trace amounts of pharmaceuticals in Bay Area drinking water as well as in Bay waters and their potential impact on the environment All prescription medications vitamins and medicated creams and over the counter medications are welcome as well as pet medications Items not accepted are IV bags infectious waste personal care products empty pill containers hydrogen peroxide aerosol cans and full inhalers Materials can be disposed of at alternate locations Visit

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/what-you-can-do/recycling-information/what-you-can-recycle/take-back-programs/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Public Access | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Public Access Blacktail Deer on Reclamation Island photo Cokie Lepinski Where can you find herons roosting in a tree 3 5 miles of even ground hiking trails unobstructed views of San Pablo Bay Mt Tamalpais sitting and picnic benches and over 200 bird species that float in out and around the reclamation area The answer is Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District s Wastewater Treatment Reclamation Project Visit our multi faceted reclamation project that includes a freshwater marsh irrigated pastures storage ponds a saltwater marsh and a great place

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/public-access/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Bay Trail Information | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Bay Trail Information Bay Trails LGVSD Trails Offer Hiking Biking Views and More At the Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Treatment Plant four miles of public trails are open to walkers and cyclists There they can enjoy wildflower displays bird and wildlife watching and the serenity of unobstructed views of San Pablo Bay and its surrounding hills and wetlands The District s trails connect to the Bay Trail which is a planned recreational corridor that when complete will encircle San Francisco and San Pablo Bays with a continuous 500 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 310 miles of the alignment over 60 percent of the Bay Trail

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/public-access/bay-trail-info/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Hours & Parking | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Hours Parking Turkey Vulture Hours Rules Thousands of people visit our site for recreation use and are welcome to do so For individuals and formal uses easy access makes for an ideal destination Specific information is provided below The reclamation area is open to the public from 4 A M to 10 P M For formal group gatherings or events please click the following link to complete the District s Short Term Use Permit Your dog is welcome but must be on a leash Plant operations or other conditions can cause variations in access to specific areas and or short term information to be posted on site Please follow direction provided by any LGVSD staff and posted notices at all times TITLE 6 MISCELLANEOUS ORDINANCES CHAPTER 1 An Ordinance Requiring That All Dogs Entering The Reclamation Area Of The Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Be Leashed CHAPTER 2 An Ordinance Regarding Use of the Reclamation Area CHAPTER 3 An Ordinance Regarding Short Term Use Permits for Use of District Property Please visit our Facilities Tours area to see about scheduling a group tour of the LGVSD treatment plant Parking Visitor parking is provided in the gravel lot very near the entrance bridge to reclamation Portable

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/public-access/hours-parking/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Photo Galleries | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/public-access/photo-galleries/ (2016-05-01)
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