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  • SD1
    Program Residential FOG Commercial FOG Industrial Pretreatment Department Industrial Services Mascot Visits and Presentations Private Lateral Repair Program Regional Storm Water Management Program Storm Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Managing your SD1 account just got easier We know convenience is important to our customers so SD1 in partnership with Paymentus offers a variety of ways for customers to pay their bill Pay your bill anywhere anytime by phone Register for automatic payments Make a quick one time payment online Receive account information in mobile formats To learn more about the options listed above click here Welcome to SD1 SD1 is committed to

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  • SD1
    Program Residential FOG Commercial FOG Industrial Pretreatment Department Industrial Services Mascot Visits and Presentations Private Lateral Repair Program Regional Storm Water Management Program Storm Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Managing your SD1 account just got easier We know convenience is important to our customers so SD1 in partnership with Paymentus offers a variety of ways for customers to pay their bill Pay your bill anywhere anytime by phone Register for automatic payments Make a quick one time payment online Receive account information in mobile formats To learn more about the options listed above click here Welcome to SD1 SD1 is committed to

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  • SD1 - Wastewater Treatment
    to the sewage superhighway Laterals are pipes that connect homes to SD1 s public sanitary sewer system moving wastewater from the drains in the building to the public system Just like a driveway if you own your home you also own your lateral and are responsible for maintaining it Maintaining that private lateral is an important job If your lateral is broken blocked or improperly connected to SD1 s system your wastewater is unable to travel its course on the sewage superhighway and may back up into your home To make maintaining private laterals easier some homes have sewer lateral cleanouts which are vertical pipes that connect an underground lateral to the surface Sewer lateral cleanouts have removable caps so homeowners and plumbers can quickly access laterals and prevent messes such as sewage backups in homes SD1 s Infrastructure Infrastructure refers to the huge network of underground pipes that carries wastewater from private laterals to a wastewater treatment plant These underground pipe systems are the main roads that make up the sewage superhighway SD1 s infrastructure is made up of about 1 600 miles of pipe that range in size from six inches wide to 12 feet tall There are more than 7 5 miles of pipe large enough to drive a car through Some of these pipes are very old and some are brand new SD1 did not build all of Northern Kentucky s infrastructure Instead we inherited neighborhood sewer systems and connected them together Because of this parts of SD1 s system are more than 100 years old and were built to outdated standards or to serve much smaller populations The earliest infrastructure built in Northern Kentucky was combined sewer systems which carry sewage from buildings and storm water runoff from rainfall in the same pipes During dry weather the pipes in SD1 s combined sewer system carry mostly sewage from homes and businesses and deliver it to a wastewater treatment plant for cleaning During rainy or snowy weather however the pipes can become filled with runoff Separate sewer systems on the other hand have two networks of underground pipes The sanitary network carries sewage to a wastewater treatment plant and a separate storm water network carries runoff from rain water and snowmelt to the nearest body of water to prevent flooding Separate sewer systems can be found in the more recently developed areas of Northern Kentucky Because there are so many different types of infrastructure and many are very old SD1 is constantly at work to check for damage and upgrade pipes to ensure the sewage superhighway is operating at maximum efficiency Pump Stations On the underground sewage superhighway pump stations are like entrance ramps to the interstate they funnel wastewater from one pipe to another and increase the speed of the flow Most of the sewage in SD1 s system flows to a wastewater treatment plant through gravity lines pipes that are tilted downward so that sewage flows downhill However because Northern Kentucky is so hilly

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  • Wastewater Treatment Video
    Information Sanitary Sewer Billing Information Storm Water Billing Information Payment Options Rain Event Preparations Programs Outreach Disconnection Redirection Infiltration Program DRIP Education Program Pre and Posttests Resources for Educators Storm Water Education Wastewater Education Schedule a Guided Tour or Field Trip Fats Oils and Grease FOG Program Residential FOG Commercial FOG Industrial Pretreatment Department Industrial Services Mascot Visits and Presentations Private Lateral Repair Program Regional Storm Water Management Program Storm Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Wastewater Treatment Video Have you ever wondered what happens to that dirty water or wastewater after you use it Follow us on the journey of a drop

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  • SD1 - Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant
    Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant SD1 s award winning Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant became operational in 1979 This Villa Hills Kentucky plant can treat up to 46 5 million gallons a day mgd of industrial commercial and residential wastewater from Boone Campbell and Kenton counties Dry Creek which is SD1 s largest treatment plant functions with a dedicated and experienced staff seven days a week 24 hours a day Plant Tours See how million gallons of wastewater are treated every day as you explore everything from the primary settling tanks to the microbial driven secondary tanks SD1 can accommodate up to 60 visitors per tour session All middle high school students and adults are welcome The tour lasts approximately one hour Part of the tour is outside so visitors should dress accordingly To schedule a tour please email us at info sd1 org and include the following Requested date s Requested time s Number of participants Age of participants if under 18 Does anyone in the group have special needs that we can provide accommodations for Click the image to download a PDF version of the Clearing the Air brochure Odor Concerns SD1 makes every effort to respond to odor complaints with prompt and efficient service Sometimes

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  • SD1 - Eastern Regional Water Reclamation Facility
    and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Eastern Regional Water Reclamation Facility SD1 s award winning Eastern Regional Water Reclamation Facility became operational in 2007 This southern Campbell County Kentucky plant can treat up to four million gallons a day mgd of industrial commercial and residential wastewater which makes it the smallest of SD1 s three regional treatment plants currently in operation Eastern utilizes state of the art technology that allows it to function with a small but dedicated staff seven days a week 24 hours a day Plant Tours See how million gallons of wastewater are treated every day as you explore this facility SD1 can accommodate up to 60 visitors per tour session All middle high school students and adults are welcome The tour lasts approximately one hour Part of the tour is outside so visitors should dress accordingly To schedule a tour please email us at info sd1 org and include the following Requested date s Requested time s Number of participants Age of participants if under 18 Does anyone in the group have special needs that we can provide accommodations for State of the Art Technology Ultraviolet Light Disinfection Using ultraviolet light to disinfect Eastern s effluent is a state of the art development In older plants like SD1 s Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant effluent is treated with sodium hypochlorite and

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  • SD1 - Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility
    Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility SD1 s Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility became operational in early 2012 Located in western Boone County the facility will improve sewer function across the region by relieving demand on the Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant which serves all three Northern Kentucky counties Western Regional has the capacity to treat up to 20 million gallons a day mgd of wastewater making it SD1 s second largest treatment plant Western also utilizes state of the art technology that allows it to function with a dedicated staff seven days a week 24 hours a day Click here to view the Western Regional photo gallery Plant Tours See how million gallons of wastewater are treated every day as you explore this facility SD1 can accommodate up to 60 visitors per tour session All middle high school students and adults are welcome The tour lasts approximately one hour Part of the tour is outside so visitors should dress accordingly To schedule a tour please email us at info sd1 org and include the following Requested date s Requested time s Number of participants Age of participants if under 18 Does anyone in the group have special needs that we can provide accommodations for Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel The Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel is the largest capital project in SD1

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  • SD1 - Storm Water Management
    expensive and inconvenient property damage Pieces of the Storm Water Puzzle Maintaining an effective storm water management program in the community is like a complex puzzle and all the pieces must fit together to ensure that storm water is safely collected and directed to the proper places without impacting public health water quality or the environment When the puzzle pieces fit together we have a healthy watershed Click on the map to see a larger version Managing Storm Water with the Separate Sewer System The underground pipes that carry storm water make up one vital piece of the storm water puzzle Every day Northern Kentucky residents rely on two different systems to safely carry storm water away from homes businesses and roads to local creeks and rivers The first type of system is known as the separate sewer system which contains storm pipes and sanitary pipes The storm sewer pipes carry runoff from rain water and snowmelt to the nearest body of water while the sanitary pipes carry sewage to a wastewater treatment plant SD1 strives to predict future needs when improving storm sewer systems to ensure future generations have a functioning system In order to ensure Northern Kentucky s storm sewer infrastructure is effective SD1 local government business owners and homeowners must all work closely together SD1 currently works to maintain the separate sanitary and storm sewer systems whereas cities and counties partner with SD1 to maintain other components of the storm drainage system such as road side ditches Homeowners and local businesses have continued to be responsible for drains and pipes that convey storm water solely from their private property Learn more about how residents can affect storm water here See storm water information for developers and engineers here Check out the storm water responsibilities of co permittees and municipalities here Managing Storm Water with the Combined Sewer System The second type of sewer system in Northern Kentucky that coveys storm water is a combined system and it presents unique challenges to the storm water management puzzle The combined sewer system was one of the earliest types of infrastructure built in Northern Kentucky and was designed to carry both sewage from buildings and storm water runoff from rainfall through the same pipes Typically the water in these pipes is carried to one of SD1 s treatment plants to undergo treatment before being discharged into a creek or river During rain events however excess water can exceed the capacity of the combined system s pipes When the combined sewer system s capacity is exceeded the mixture of storm water and wastewater flowing through the pipes overflows into the environment causing flooding water pollution and risks to public health This is known as a combined sewer overflow or CSO When river levels continue to rise due to heavy rains SD1 s combined sewer system can t release the mixture of storm water and wastewater through CSOs This is when SD1 s flood pump stations go into action forcing water out

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