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  • West Valley Sanitation District - Charges and Fees
    and Fees I m Looking For Charges and Fees Home Charges and Fees West Valley Sanitation District has established charges and fees for sewer service The rate structure is based on the cost of providing sewer service to residential and commercial users Residential rates are based on average flow volume for each classification Commercial rates are based on actual flow volume and classification The District also has some special fees for unusual circumstances The fees are calculated based on the actual cost of service and reflect a fairness principle that the users pay for the impact that they cause on the sewer system Table of Rates Sewer service charges are collected on the tax roll under the heading WV Sewer Sani Storm The sewer service charges for fiscal year 2015 16 are summarized below Residential Sewer Charges are Monthly Rate per Dwelling Classification 2015 16 Single Family 36 67 Multi Family 25 60 Mobile Home 25 60 Commercial Institutional and Grouped Industries Based on Loading per Hundred Cubic Feet HCF of Wastewater Discharge Industry Classification 2015 16 Commercial Restaurant 7 24 Hotel Motel 3 75 Gas Station Repair 4 01 Domestic Laundry 3 29 Retail Office Misc 3 90 Institutional Hospitals 3 49 Schools 4 38 Grouped Industries Winery 11 23 Printing Plants 5 20 Machinery Manufacturing 5 44 Electrical Equipment 3 67 Film Service 3 86 Plating Works 3 51 Industrial Laundry 7 32 Car Wash 2 95 Sewer service fees will not increase through fiscal year 2015 16 How to Read Your Sewer Bill The total sewer service charge appears on the property tax roll under code WV Sewer Sani Storm All fees and charges including sewer service hillside surchage storm drain fee or SSAP payments if any are included as a lump sum in the WV Sewer

    Original URL path: http://www.westvalleysan.org/chargesandfees (2016-05-01)
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  • West Valley Sanitation District - Health and Environmental Protection
    How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Employment Job Descriptions and Salaries List Benefits Memorandums of Understandings MOUs Health and Environmental Protection How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Popular Links Contact Us Public Notices Your Responsibility and Ours Site Map Sewer Construction Business Info Permits Design Standards Ordinance Code Sewer Installation Help Sewer Financing Programs General Info Board Agendas FAQs Employment Information Registered Contractors Charges and Fees I m Looking For Health and Environmental Protection Home Health and Environmental Protection The District is committed to protect public health and the environment We strive to maintain the highest standards through the use of advanced technology and long range planning so that we can anticipate the challenges well in advance and are able to continue to provide effective and reliable service Advanced Technology Use of a computer mapping system to design and maintain facilities The geographical information system GIS provides quick and easy archiving and access to information about system maintenance

    Original URL path: http://www.westvalleysan.org/healthandenvironment/ (2016-05-01)
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  • West Valley Sanitation District - How You Can Help Protect the Environment
    Code Sewer Construction Sanitary Sewerage System Design Standards Sewer System Management Plan SSMP Capital Improvement Projects Public Notices Request for Proposals Connections Permits Repairs Connection Permits and Fees Sewer Replacement Installation Procedures Sewer Financing Programs List of Registered Contractors Private Lateral Replacement Program Charges and Fees Health and Environment How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Employment Job Descriptions and Salaries List Benefits Memorandums of Understandings MOUs Health and Environmental Protection How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Popular Links Contact Us Public Notices Your Responsibility and Ours Site Map Sewer Construction Business Info Permits Design Standards Ordinance Code Sewer Installation Help Sewer Financing Programs General Info Board Agendas FAQs Employment Information Registered Contractors Charges and Fees I m Looking For How You Can Help Protect the Environment Home Health and Environmental Protection How You Can Help Protect the Environment You can do your part as good citizens to help us protect public health and the environment by being aware

    Original URL path: http://www.westvalleysan.org/healthandenvironment/howyoucanhelp (2016-05-01)
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  • West Valley Sanitation District - Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly
    Salaries List Benefits Memorandums of Understandings MOUs Health and Environmental Protection How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Popular Links Contact Us Public Notices Your Responsibility and Ours Site Map Sewer Construction Business Info Permits Design Standards Ordinance Code Sewer Installation Help Sewer Financing Programs General Info Board Agendas FAQs Employment Information Registered Contractors Charges and Fees I m Looking For Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Home Health and Environmental Protection Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Common household hazardous waste can be harmful to the environment unless properly disposed of at a hazardous waste facility such as those operated by Santa Clara County Don t dispose of household hazardous waste in the sewer system The substances are potentially harmful and expensive to remove from wastewater Treatment plants are not designed to process and safely dispose of them How to Dispose of Your Hazardous Waste To schedule a drop off at one of the facilities operated by Santa Clara County HOURS Monday Friday 8 30 a m 4 30 p m DETAILS You are asked to bring the materials

    Original URL path: http://www.westvalleysan.org/healthandenvironment/householdhazardouswaste (2016-05-01)
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  • West Valley Sanitation District - Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG)
    Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Employment Job Descriptions and Salaries List Benefits Memorandums of Understandings MOUs Health and Environmental Protection How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Popular Links Contact Us Public Notices Your Responsibility and Ours Site Map Sewer Construction Business Info Permits Design Standards Ordinance Code Sewer Installation Help Sewer Financing Programs General Info Board Agendas FAQs Employment Information Registered Contractors Charges and Fees I m Looking For Fats Oils and Grease FOG Home Health and Environmental Protection Fats Oils and Grease FOG Don t pour fats oils and grease from cooking down the drain Don t put fatty food scraps down the garbage disposal Don t pour waste fat oil and grease down any drain Don t sweep waste into floor drains Don t put food scraps down a sink garbage disposal Do scrape food scraps into the garbage Do dry wipe pots and pans containing grease with paper towels Do collect fats oils and grease into

    Original URL path: http://www.westvalleysan.org/healthandenvironment/fog (2016-05-01)
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  • West Valley Sanitation District - Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals
    SSMP Capital Improvement Projects Public Notices Request for Proposals Connections Permits Repairs Connection Permits and Fees Sewer Replacement Installation Procedures Sewer Financing Programs List of Registered Contractors Private Lateral Replacement Program Charges and Fees Health and Environment How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Employment Job Descriptions and Salaries List Benefits Memorandums of Understandings MOUs Health and Environmental Protection How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Popular Links Contact Us Public Notices Your Responsibility and Ours Site Map Sewer Construction Business Info Permits Design Standards Ordinance Code Sewer Installation Help Sewer Financing Programs General Info Board Agendas FAQs Employment Information Registered Contractors Charges and Fees I m Looking For Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Home Health and Environmental Protection Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Many hazardous products can be replaced with green alternatives that you may already have The chart below shows common hazardous household products on the left side of the chart and greener alternatives for them on the

    Original URL path: http://www.westvalleysan.org/healthandenvironment/saferalternatives (2016-05-01)
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  • West Valley Sanitation District - Your Responsibility and Ours
    household hazardous waste rather than flushing it down the drain The Property Owner is responsible for Keeping the building sewer clear between the building and the property line cleanout if there is one If there is no cleanout or the location is unknown the owner is responsible for clearing the building service line to the sewer main We suggest the owner employ a plumber to clear any stoppages in the building sewer Installing a property line clean out if needed For purposes of minimizing the cost of building sewer maintenance property owners shall have the following obligation installation of surface cleanouts in each building sewer at or near the point where a building sewer leaves a street and enters into private property with construction being in accordance with district specifications and procedures Installing a backflow protection device if needed The owner of any improved real property is required to install and maintain at all times in operable condition and at the owner s sole cost a sewage backflow protection device with respect to any structure located on the property whenever a The lowest floor elevation of any structure containing plumbing fixtures that are or will be connected to the sewage system of the district is less than one 1 foot above the surface elevation of the nearest upstream manhole vertical riser or similar structure located in the district s sewer system capable of providing for overflow of sewage and relief of preasure developed by sewage or b The District Manager and Engineer determines in the Manager s discretion and based upon specific site conditions that the installation and maintenance of a backflow protection device is waranted Locating the building sewer and its connection to the service sewer is also the owner s responsibility although we will attempt to assist with

    Original URL path: http://www.westvalleysan.org/healthandenvironment/responsibilities (2016-05-01)
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  • West Valley Sanitation District - Employment Information
    and Fees Sewer Replacement Installation Procedures Sewer Financing Programs List of Registered Contractors Private Lateral Replacement Program Charges and Fees Health and Environment How You Can Help Protect the Environment Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Properly Fats Oils and Grease FOG Safer Alternatives to Household Chemicals Your Responsibility and Ours Employment Job Descriptions and Salaries List Benefits Memorandums of Understandings MOUs Employment Information Job Descriptions and Salaries List Benefits Memorandums of Understandings MOUs Popular Links Contact Us Public Notices Your Responsibility and Ours Site Map Sewer Construction Business Info Permits Design Standards Ordinance Code Sewer Installation Help Sewer Financing Programs General Info Board Agendas FAQs Employment Information Registered Contractors Charges and Fees I m Looking For Employment Opportunities Job Descriptions and Salaries List MOUs Benefits Employment Opportunities Home Employment Information Thank you for your interest in West Valley Sanitation District This area contains information about salaries benefits memorandums of understanding with employee groups and notification of employment opportunities and job applications when open positions are available Current Employment Opportunities No positions available at this time WVSD accepts job applications or resumes only when jobs are available and the position is intended to be filled Unsolicited resumes or applications are not

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