Inframark, under contract, operates the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and maintains the City sewer collection system. The treatment plant is currently permitted by the Regional Water Quality Control Board to discharge a maximum of 1.75 million gallons per day (MGD). The WWTP treats domestic wastewater from City residents and businesses.
Fats, Oils & Grease Program:
A Sewer Pollution Prevention and Pre-Treatment Program is in place, as required by the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, to protect the environment, the local community, the Wastewater treatment Plant and the plant personnel from the adverse effects of industrial waste discharge to the sewer system. Inframark, the City’s Contract Operator, is responsible for implementing this program and for assuring all regulation as set forth by the State are met. The purpose of the program is to prevent the accidental or illegal discharge of hazardous pollutants into the sewer system