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  • Resources for Educators
    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 Resources for Educators Below are a list of tools that can help educators complete SD1 s Environmental Unit or cover a host of storm water wastewater and water quality issues Please contact SD1 s Environmental Education Program Manager at 859 578 6745 with any suggestions or comments Storm Water Resources SMART Board and PowerPoint presentations that complement SD1 s storm water curriculum An interactive map of Public Service Park featuring audio explanations of onsite Best Management Practices Information about SD1 s Storm Drain Marking

    Original URL path: http://www.sd1.org/ProjectsandPrograms/ResourcesforEducators.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • SD1 - Storm Water Education
    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 Storm Water Education Elementary Curriculum In 2003 the District partnered with local school districts to develop and implement an Environmental Unit The unit includes five one hour lessons including topics such as point nonpoint source pollution watershed management wetlands and Best Management Practices BMPs It has been incorporated into nearly every fourth grade classroom in Northern Kentucky reaching over 5 000 students every year The local school districts have embraced the program and the feedback to date has been incredibly positive If you would like a copy of the unit or have questions about the curriculum please call 859 578 7450 and ask to speak to SD1 s Environmental Education Program Manager Curriculum Compatible with PowerPoint Click the links below to access each of the five Environmental Unit lessons developed for use with PowerPoint The lessons correspond with SD1 s Environmental Unit Guide for teachers and Water Log Workbooks for students Lesson 1 Would You Swim Here Lesson 2 Gimme a BMP Lesson 3 We All Live in a Watershed Lesson 4 Splash Zone Erosion in Action Lesson 5 Wetlands Curriculum Compatible with SMART Board Click the links below to access each of the five Environmental Unit lessons developed for use with SMART board technology The lessons correspond with SD1 s Environmental Unit Guide for teachers and Water Log Workbooks for students Lesson 1 Would You Swim Here Lesson 2 Gimme a BMP Lesson 3 We All Live in a Watershed Lesson 4 Splash Zone Erosion

    Original URL path: http://www.sd1.org/ProjectsandPrograms/StormWaterEducation.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • SD1 - Wastewater Education
    wastewater presentation please visit our Presentations page Middle School Curriculum SD1 Wastewater Facts This fact sheet serves as an introduction for the following wastewater lessons and activities It summarizes SD1 s role within the community briefly describes wastewater usage and treatment and more Add It Up Part 1 School Usage Lesson This lesson aligns with Kentucky core content standards in Practical Living and Math for grade seven Students will be introduced to SD1s role in the community learn the term wastewater and discuss daily activities that use water They will discover the amount of water used by the average individual and the amount of water used by their class in a single day of school They will compare and analyze data make bar graphs and participate in an environmental discussion Add It Up Part 2 Home Usage Lesson The lesson aligns with Kentucky core content standards in Practical Living and Math for grade seven Students will be able to measure the amount of water they use at home on an average day and will develop an awareness of how much water they consume and dirty They will compare and analyze data work in groups calculate percentages and angle measures construct and interpret basic circle graphs present their findings and participate in an environmental discussion EPA Water Source Book Browse the bottom of the page for your grade level and click on Drinking and Wastewater Treatment This environmental education program explains the water management cycle using a balanced approach showing how it affects all aspects of the environment All activities contain hands on investigations fact sheets reference materials and a glossary of terms Activities are organized by objectives materials needed background information advance preparation procedures and resources All parts of the program may be printed and copied For more information see the links below About Water Sourcebooks If you are interested in a presentation please visit our Presentations page If you are interested in bringing your group on a tour of one of SD1 s Wastewater Treatment Plants Water Reclamation Facilities please visit our Field Trips and Tours page High School and Up SD1 Wastewater Fact Sheet This fact sheet serves as an introduction for the following wastewater lessons and activities It summarizes SD1 s role within the community briefly describes wastewater usage and treatment and more WEF Lesson The Water Environment Federation WEF has created a wastewater treatment lesson suited for students in grades nine through 12 You can download this lesson by clicking here WEF is a not for profit educational and technical organization with a strong history and reputation as a definitive resource in water quality EPA Water Source Book Browse the bottom of the page for your grade level and click on Drinking and Wastewater Treatment This environmental education program explains the water management cycle using a balanced approach showing how it affects all aspects of the environment All activities contain hands on investigations fact sheets reference materials and a glossary of terms Activities are organized by

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  • SD1 - Guided Tours and Field Trips
    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 Schedule a Guided Tour or Field Trip We welcome all groups to visit SD1 for a guided tour or field trip You can learn more about SD1 s services at the following facilities Public Service Park Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Eastern Regional Water Reclamation Facility Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility To schedule a guided tour or field trip

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  • SD1 - Fats, Oils and Grease 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 Fats Oils and Grease FOG Program Quick Links Do s and Don ts of FOG Industrial Pretreatment Contact Info Residential FOG Commercial FOG SD1 s Grease Control Program PDF What is FOG FOG refers specifically to fats oils and grease that enter the sewer system from homes apartments restaurants industry and public facilities As a byproduct of cooking FOG is usually found in baking goods butter lard shortening cooking oil fats and oil from cooked meats food scraps gravy mayonnaise salad dressings sauces sour cream FOG can be classified into two different categories residential FOG and commercial FOG For more information on these categories of FOG click on the links below Residential FOG Commercial FOG Why is FOG a problem Blockage can lead to sewer overflows on your property All too often fats oils and grease are disposed of improperly during food preparation and kitchen clean up When poured the down sinks or floor drains FOG can accumulate and reduce the capacity which can potentially cause a blockage in the sanitary sewer system In severe cases blockage can lead to sewage backups into homes and businesses and sewers that overflow onto roadways and property eventually flowing into local waterways When wastewater ends up in homes on streets and in streams it becomes both a public health and an environmental concern Additionally FOG increases the existing financial cost associated with the operation and maintenance of the sanitary sewer system How can you help reduce FOG The easiest way to

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  • SD1 - Residential FOG
    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 Residential FOG Quick Links Do s and Don ts of FOG Fats Oils and Grease Program Industrial Pretreatment Contact Info Commercial FOG SD1 s Grease Control Program PDF Many of the problems caused by FOG in the sewer system originate from fats oils and grease that are poured down drains in homes Although the wastewater collection system is owned managed and maintained by SD1 the entire Northern Kentucky community benefits from it being used responsibly Through education and by adopting certain habits it is easy to minimize FOG sources at home To learn how you can reduce your FOG impact click here Other living spaces such as apartments townhomes and condominiums can have a disproportionate impact on sections of the sewer system due to the high density of users on these properties If you are a property manager and would like to obtain materials to help make your customers better aware of the problems caused by FOG please contact a member of the Industrial Pretreatment Department at SD1 Grease Myths It s okay to pour grease down the drain as long as I use the garbage disposal MYTH The garbage disposal only grinds up items before passing them into your sewer pipes I run hot water MYTH

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  • SD1 - Commercial FOG
    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 Commercial FOG Quick Links Fats Oils Grease Management Policy FOG Best Management Practices for Restaurants FSEs Residential FOG Fats Oils Grease Program Industrial Pretreatment Contact Info SD1 s fats oils and grease FOG program regulates food service establishments FSEs because they have the potential to release FOG into the sewer system due to the high volume of food prepared and processed at these facilities FOG damages the sanitary sewer system clogs collection points and can cause sanitary sewer overflows It is therefore important that owners managers and employees of FSEs understand how to responsibly manage FOG To learn how your FSE can manage and reduce the amount of FOG entering your plumbing and the sewer system click here New Regulations SD1 s FOG Management Policy which went into effect January 1 2012 requires all new and significantly renovated or remodeled FSEs to install and maintain an approved 1 000 2 500 gallon grease interceptor located outside of the FSE building This equipment must be inspected and certified annually FSEs that do not comply with these regulations face potential enforcement action For that reason FSE owners are responsible for ensuring that their facility s grease control equipment GCE is designed and constructed according to SD1 s guidelines To view a step by step guide for GCE sizing and approval click here To download the Plan Submission Exmeption Request form click here Exemptions and Alternative Design Requests To address circumstances in which required GCE size or design may not

    Original URL path: http://www.sd1.org/ProjectsandPrograms/NonresidentialFOG.aspx (2016-05-01)
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  • SD1 - Industrial Pretreatment Department
    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 Industrial Pretreatment Department Quick Links Do s and Don ts of FOG Fats Oils and Grease Program Residential FOG Commercial FOG SD1 s Grease Control Program PDF Contact Information Please contact our Industrial Pretreatment

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