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  • Reclamation Walking Paths | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Reclamation Walking Paths LGVSD Pond Poster Walkers can enjoy birds floating or flying wildflowers and the serenity of unobstructed views of San Pablo Bay hills and wetlands on some 4 miles of public trails The 383 acre reclamation area includes 200 acres of pasture irrigation fields two treated wastewater storage ponds and a freshwater pond with 3 islands to provide nesting sites The three ponds store treated wastewater which provides a home to a variety of wildlife and migrating and resident birds It is a favorite

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/public-access/reclamation-walking-paths/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Wildlife Information | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Wildlife Information Northern Pintails Wintering at Las Galinas The Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District s Wastewater Treatment Reclamation Project provides several miles of even ground hiking trails unobstructed views of San Pablo Bay Mt Tamalpais sitting and picnic benches and the opportunity to enjoy hundreds of bird species that float in out and around the reclamation area as well as other creatures that call the reclamation area home Visit our multi faceted reclamation project that includes a freshwater marsh irrigated pastures storage ponds a saltwater marsh and a great place for a walk a ride on your bike or to

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/public-access/wildlife-info/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Impacts to the Bay | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Impacts to the Bay KQED s Quest Program Video posted May 26 2009 What happens when you flush the toilet For most of us what s out of sight is out of mind But large numbers of sewage spills into San Francisco Bay are forcing cities water agencies and the public to take a closer look at wastewater and its impacts on the health of the bay QUEST investigates the causes of the spills and what s being done to

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/community-programs/impacts-to-the-bay/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Facilities | 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 Facilities Aerial View of Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District The Las Gallinas Valley Wastewater Treatment and Recycling facilities are located on over 400 acres on San Pablo Bay in Marin County north of the Golden Gate Bridge The District provides wastewater collection and treatment for over 30 000 people in communities north of central San Rafael as well as water recycling and public education

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/facilities/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Collection System | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Collection System Collection Crew How To Properly Dispose of Fats Oils and Grease FOG Fats cooking oils and grease FOG can coat and clog pipes and cause sewer lines to back up into homes That can mean costly clean up and repair costs FOG also causes blockages farther down sewer lines which can result in overflows or sewage backups into yards or streets creating public health and environmental risks and potentially hefty fines which increase sewage disposal and treatment costs overall FOG making its way to wastewater treatment plants can disrupt treatment processes and add to the need for maintenance To prevent these problems LGVSD encourages you to dispose of leftover FOG properly never down the drain Following these simple tips can help to avoid clogged drains and sewer overflows Keep your sink Fat Free If you re soaking a greasy pan first pour off grease into a container Wipe the remaining grease out of the pan with towels Then place paper towels over the drain basket to catch grease and food as you pour the soaking water down the drain If you live in the area of Marin Sanitary s curbside compost pilot program Mt Lassen Westgate Idylberry with weekly green waste pickup the best method to dispose of grease food scraps sauces gravy and similar leftovers is to Recycle Simply include grease in your compost container or a brown

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/facilities/collection-system/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Brochure for Plumbers & Sewer Contractors | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Plumbers and Sewer Contractors Your Actions Can Prevent Sanitary Sewer Overflows Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors In the event that you need a plumber to respond to a sewage spill that is connected to the Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District collection line it is a requirement that key information be submitted to the District as soon as possible Plus the State of California requires the

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/doing-business/project-planning/brochure-for-plumbers-and-sewer-contractors/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Collection Systems Report | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/facilities/collection-system/collection-systems-report/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Infiltrations and Inflow (INI) | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    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 Infiltrations and Inflow INI Over time laterals age and deteriorate crack leak and break During wet weather massive amounts of storm water percolates into the soil enters the lateral pipe cracks mixes with sewage and sometimes overwhelms sewer pipelines and treatment plants leading to spills and backups into homes streets and the Bay New laws now mandate zero tolerance for such events Failure to stop them brings stiff fines and legal actions View presentations recently brought to the LGVSD Board of Directors regarding this important topic Inflow and Infiltration Sewer Overflow Reduction Program Presentation Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/doing-business/sewer-lateral-assistance/infiltrations-and-inflow/ (2016-05-01)
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