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  • SD1 - Industrial Services
    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 Services New Customer Industrial Pretreatment Program As a new industrial customer compliance with SD1 s Rules and Regulations is important This website has been created to provide you with all pertinent information you may need To learn more about becoming a industrial customer of SD1 click here Wastewater discharged from an industry may contain pollutants which could interfere with the operations of a wastewater treatment faciltiy For more information about SD1 s Industrial Pretreatment Program click here Permitted Users Fats Oils and Grease Program Industrial processes must be monitored by SD1 s Industrial Pretreatment Department to best protect SD1 s wastewater treatment facilities For more information on permitted industrial users click here When disposed of improperly FOG can build up blocking sanitary sewer lines This accumulation can reduce the capacity of the wastewater collection system For more information on SD1 s FOG program click here Emergency Spill Notification SD1 Rates and Fees Schedule To help SD1 better prepare their wastewater treatment facilities for unexpected discharges spills and or pretreatment bypasses must be reported immediately after being discovered Please contact SD1 at 859 547 1673 to report a spill or pretreatment bypass When wastewater of high strength is discharged by an industry they will be charged a surcharge based on the strength and volume of their wastewater To view the surcharge and other potential costs incurred by industrial users click here Unusual One time Discharge Auxiliary and Special Meters All unusual or one

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  • SD1 - Mascot Visits and Presentations
    human behavior can negatively or positively impact fish and wildlife habitats He especially enjoys visiting groups and schools that go above and beyond to protect our environment To schedule a mascot appearance for your group or special event please email us at info sd1 org and include the following information Your name Contact phone number The name of your school or group The event you would like Splash to visit An estimated number of participants The date and time of the event You may also call SD1 s main office at 859 578 7450 and ask to speak to SD1 s Environmental Education Program Manager Please note You may not borrow rent the costume Presentations SD1 is committed to reaching students and residents of the Northern Kentucky community with a message of stewarding and protecting our water resources SD1 s presentations offer real world knowledge and equip participants with action steps to apply what they have learned We offer presentations about wastewater and storm water topics to groups of all ages Some of our specific presentations are detailed below If you would like a presentation on a related topic that is not listed please contact us to see if we can accommodate your request To schedule a presentation for your group please email us at info sd1 org and include the following Requested date s Requested time s School or group Number of students Age or grade level of students Would you like a wastewater storm water or other presentation Will this presentation enrich a unit or lesson that you will be teaching during the presentation request date If so what is the subject or title of the unit lesson You may also call SD1 s main office at 859 578 7450 and ask to speak with SD1 s Environmental

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  • SD1- Private Lateral Repair Program
    for maintaining their laterals just like other pipes in and around the building It is important that property owners take care of their private sewer laterals in order to protect their home or business and the environment How can you maintain your private sewer lateral Clear roots grease debris or other blockages in the lateral all the way to the connection with the sewer main This may require assistance from a plumber or the installation of a cleanout A cleanout is a vertical pipe from an underground lateral to the ground s surface and is installed for maintenance access Remove any prohibited storm water connections to the sanitary sewer system Improper connections include roof downspouts groundwater sump pumps foundation drains and drains from window wells driveways etc This extra water may overload the sanitary sewer system and cause sewage overflows or basement backups To view a copy of SD1 s Maintaining Your Private Sewer Lateral brochure please click here What are the signs of a defective lateral If a home or other building is experiencing blockages or sewer backups or if sewage is overflowing into the environment your private lateral may be defective Sinkholes can also be a sign of defective laterals What should you do if you experience a backup overflow or pavement failure Call SD1 at 859 578 7450 and report your issue to our customer contact agents SD1 will dispatch a crew to visit your property and investigate your concern If you need a plumber what are some factors to consider when choosing a service provider Evidence of being licensed and insured Be sure that the plumber you hire is licensed and carries full insurance that protects you and your neighbor s property in the event of a catastrophe Experience Ask for and check references Though there

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  • SD1 - Regional Storm Water Management Program
    of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Regional Storm Water Management Program Quick Links Storm water information for Northern Kentucky Residents Developers and Engineers Co Permittees and Municipalities Storm Water Best Management Practices Northern Kentucky s streams and ponds all depend upon the replenishing waters from annual rainfall and snow melt However when rainwater flows over land and hard surfaces like paved streets and parking lots it can pick up pollutants Oils and debris from streets pet wastes and chemicals from fertilizers and pesticides used on lawns and landscaping are washed into street gutters and storm drains by rain water and practices like watering your lawn or washing your car Street gutters and storm drains carry storm water and any pollutants it picks up directly to local creeks and rivers Bacteria chemicals and sediment from these pollutants create public health hazards harm wildlife and can disrupt recreational activities like fishing swimming and boating When rainwater flows over land and hard surfaces like paved streets and parking lots it can pick up pollutants Storm water management refers to the development of effective programs and policies that focus on preventing storm water pollution and managing the quantity of storm water runoff SD1 with the direction of local leadership and citizen focus groups has developed a Regional Storm Water Management Program Storm water runoff is considered to be one of the most significant sources of pollution to our nation s waterways For this reason the U S Environmental Protection Agency U S EPA has developed storm water regulations to address pollution from storm water runoff and now requires communities across the nation to develop storm water management programs Under Northern Kentucky s Regional Storm Water Management Program SD1 ensures

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  • Storm Drain Marking
    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 Storm Drain Marking Our curbside storm drains can be a major channel for pollution Many people dump oil paint trash and other pollutants into these storm drains unaware that they empty directly into nearby waterways After heavy rains storm water runs off our streets and parking lots into storm drains picking up leaves debris and litter along the way These substances clog the pipes causing streets to flood Storm water also collects excess pesticides fertilizers pet waste and other substances which can be harmful to aquatic life and residents who recreate in local waters How You Can Help SD1 s Storm Drain Marking Program is a fun environmental activity for students and service organizations Using the free storm drain marking kits groups place an important water pollution message on drains in their community All we need is you Your troop neighborhood group school scout troop civic social organization or business can become an environmental partner with SD1 We are looking for volunteers to help educate our communities about storm water pollution This is a community service project that all ages can find rewarding and fun All children must be supervised by

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  • SD1 - Watershed Management
    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 Watershed Management Click on the map to view watersheds in Northern Kentucky The most effective way to preserve and enhance the quality of life that we currently enjoy in Northern Kentucky is through a balanced watershed management approach that recognizes the importance of both a strong economy and environmental protection SD1 s Consent Decree features an innovative adaptive watershed approach that will comprehensively assess the cumulative impacts of pollution sources on receiving waters The objective of this approach is to identify where water quality impairments exist the sources of the impairments and their relative significance Once this understanding is achieved control alternatives are evaluated and a plan is developed that focuses on maximizing the benefits received for the resources invested What is a Watershed A watershed is a defined area of land that drains into a particular body of water such as a stream lake or ocean Watersheds come in all shapes and sizes and can cross city state and even national borders A healthy watershed provides habitat for plants aquatic life and animals as well as high quality water for human use Watershed Facts The Ohio River Watershed spans 13 states covering more than 203 940 square miles More than 25 million people live within the Ohio River s drainage area The Licking River begins in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and meanders northwest until it meets the Ohio River The Licking River Watershed drains roughly 3 600 square miles about 10 of the Commonwealth More than 250 000 Kentuckians rely on the Licking River for drinking water In

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  • SD1 - Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program
    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 Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program During wet weather the capacity of the combined sewer system can be exceeded causing an overflow to occur Overflow Notification SD1 has launched a program to notify Northern Kentucky residents when existing or pedicted weather conditions could potentially cause sewer overflows The overflow advisories will be issued by email Program Objectives Notify interested parties when sewer overflows are likely to occur Educate the public about potential health hazards and water quality impacts associated with sewer overflows Enable citizens to take appropriate steps to protect themselves and their families from such hazards When will the advisories be issued Under this program SD1 will issue an advisory when a rainfall of 0 25 inches or more is predicted or recorded in SD1 s service area including Boone Campbell and Kenton Counties An advisory will also be issued when the Ohio River level exceeds 38 feet Advisories will remain in effect for 72 hours after rainfall and 72 ours after river levels have fallen below 38 feet To protect yourself and your family from health concerns associated with sewer overflows avoid contact with water near and around overflows This includes activities such as boating wading fishing and swimming How do I receive a Wet Weather Overflow Advisory To sign up to receive the notification via email when weather conditions indicate that overflows may occur click here CSO Signage In order to inform the public of the location of CSOs and the affected waterways SD1 has posted signs in the areas surrounding the outfalls The signs provide

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  • SD1 - Resources
    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 Water District Contact Information To contact the local water district that serves you click on the link or call the number below Boone County Water District 859 586 6155 Florence Water District 859 371 5714 Northern Kentucky Water District 859 578 9898 Trash Collection SD1 is not responsible for trash collection Click here for a list of local trash collection contacts Northern Kentucky Household Hazardous Waste HHW Action Coalition The HHW Action Coalition s mission is to protect Northern Kentucky s public health and the environment by facilitating the safe disposal of household hazardous waste They focus on regional collaboration public education and outreach as well as stewardship of public dollars Save Local Waters The Regional Storm Water Collaborative is composed of storm water districts municipalities and soil and water conservation districts in Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky Their purpose is to raise awareness about water quality issues in the Ohio River Valley Rain Event Preparations Heavy rainfall or snowmelt can cause flooding sewer backups and drainage issues to properties and neighborhoods SD1 takes measures to prevent this through proper maintenance of public storm water infrastructure but property owners also can take steps to reduce the risk of damage related to excess storm water Fats oils and grease other non flushable products Did you know that what you flush or pour down your drain can potentially harm your home s plumbing the sanitary sewer system and the environment By following these tips you can prevent costly repairs to wastewater pipes and protect the health of

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