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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > Planning > Facility Plans
    critical first step in implementing improvements to MMSD s treatment plant and collection system facilities Plans can vary in size scope and planning horizon depending on the issues to be addressed In general plans will assess the condition of a particular asset or issue establish the need for an improvement evaluate several options that adequately address the system needs and identify the most cost effective alternative The cost alternatives analysis

    Original URL path: http://www.madsewer.org/Planning/Facility-Plans (2016-05-01)
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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > Planning > Budget & Finance
    bill homes and businesses Communities bill these fees and any additional fees as part of their utility charges The Capital Projects Budget together with the Debt Service Budget funds construction of new and replacement facilities The primary revenue sources for the Capital Projects Budget are Clean Water Fund loans and interceptor and treatment plant connection charges The Debt Service Budget funds the debt obligations from our Clean Water Fund loans The primary source of revenue for this budget is sewer service charge income collected in the Operating Budget and transferred to the Debt Service Fund The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada GFOA presented a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District Wisconsin for its annual budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1 2015 In order to receive this award a governmental unit must publish a budget document that meets program criteria as a policy document as an operations guide as a financial plan and as a communications device Contact Information Budget and Finance Shirley Fox Controller Office Manager 608 222 1201 ext 207 shirleyf madsewer org Capital Improvements Plan Mike Simon Assistant Chief Engineer and Director of Planning 608 222 1201 ext

    Original URL path: http://www.madsewer.org/Planning/Budget-Finance (2016-05-01)
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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > Planning > Permits & Ordinances
    health and the environment These permits contain numeric limits monitoring and reporting requirements compliance schedules and other relevant information The District currently holds a wastewater permit issued under the Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System WPDES program and an air permit The District must also comply with stormwater requirements addressed under a general industrial stormwater permit issued by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources The District has developed a Sewer Use

    Original URL path: http://www.madsewer.org/Planning/Permits-Ordinances (2016-05-01)
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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > Planning > Sustainability
    achievement in sustainability Help the District s design teams to collaborate and discuss Are we doing the right project and Are we doing the project right Make decisions about the investment of scarce resources Include community priorities in civil infrastructure projects The Envision tools help the project design team Assess costs and benefits over the project lifecycle Evaluate environmental benefits Use outcome based objectives Reach higher levels of sustainability achievement Envision has assessment tools that can be used for infrastructure projects of all types sizes complexities and locations Sustainability Imagine a world where every drop of water is respected That decisions today are made so that life will be even better for future generations The District has a long standing commitment to sustainability from protecting public health and the environment to managing community resources responsibly and cost effectively The current sustainability initiatives for the District are listed below Energy Currently the District produces over 30 of its energy through the production of methane gas in the wastewater treatment process This is a long term stable renewable energy source The District also seeks to become energy independent and is developing a road map to energy independence The road map will be completed in 2014 Energy Baseline and Optimization Roadmap Study Resource Recovery The District is in the midst of developing a white paper that will identify potential local uses for treated effluent The District is one of the first wastewater utilities to adopt a struvite harvesting process called Ostara This process removes a pollutant from the water and turns it into a valuable fertilizer product MPower In 2013 the District enrolled in Sustain Dane s MPower Business ChaMpion Program It is a one year fully customizable way to take advantage of dozens of sustainability resources and experts in an effort to

    Original URL path: http://www.madsewer.org/Planning/Sustainability (2016-05-01)
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    Active Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability April 27 2016 Job Opportunity Director of Planning and Strategy This will be a collaborative position that will join our Executive Team in advancing a bold vision of sustainability Director of

    Original URL path: http://www.madsewer.org/Home/News/NewsItem?n=36 (2016-05-01)
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    Bid Active Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability September 22 2015 Salt Reduction Grants If you use salt in deicing operations or internally in your building you may be eligible to apply for one of MMSD s Chloride

    Original URL path: http://www.madsewer.org/Home/News/NewsItem?n=34 (2016-05-01)
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    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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