The stories below describe how DSRSD plans and invests for the future, works to continually increase savings and efficiency, and protects public health and the environment.
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Choosing cure-in-place pipe technology and collaborating with other agencies on an efficient route for the required bypass pipeline trimmed the price and shortened the duration of a major sewer rehabilitation.
Dublin San Ramon Services District received the Achievement in Information Technology Practices award from the Municipal Information Systems Association of California.
As required by the Clean Water Act, DSRSD recently renewed a permit that regulates discharges of clean wastewater into San Francisco Bay.
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In 2017, the District completed a $6.7 million, eight-year project to improve efficiency and security by modernizing automated controls at its water and sewer facilities.
DSRSD is constructing a fourth digester to continue providing reliable wastewater service, and a receiving station for waste kitchen grease to generate more electricity from biogas.
Inspecting older sewer pipelines is an essential step in assessing the condition of every pipe in the wastewater collection system.