CCWD Sanitary Sewer Reports
2019 Sanitary Sewer Management Plan (SSMP) and Audit
The 2019 Draft Sanitary Sewer Management Plan (SSMP) has been prepared in compliance with the California State Water Resources Control Board Statewide General Waste Discharge Requirement for Sanitary Sewer Systems, Order No. 2006-0003-DWQ, and the Amended Monitoring and Reporting Program, Order No. WQ 2013-0058-EXEC (Orders). The SSMP is required because Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) “… own and operate a sanitary sewer collection system greater than one mile in length that collect and/or convey untreated or partially treated wastewater to a publicly owned treatment facility.” Additional compliance requirements include a public presentation and public approval by the CCWD Board. The SSMP is to be updated a minimum of every five years. Previously, the SSMP was presented to the public on July 28, 2010 and December 9, 2015 and adopted per Resolutions No. 2010-54 and No. 2015-68.
A public presentation of the 2019 SSMP is tentatively scheduled for the June, 2019 Engineering Committee meeting and a Board meeting in June, 2019.
2015 Sanitary Sewer Master Plan
This SSMP has been prepared in compliance with requirements of the State Water Resource Control Board’s (SWRCB) adopted Statewide General Waste Discharge Requirement (GWDR) of May 2, 2006. Treatment plants have been regulated for some time, and collection systems are the last major component of the wastewater management system to be regulated. The GWDR applies to all public collection system agencies in California that own or operate collection systems comprised of more than one mile of pipe or sewer lines, which convey untreated wastewater to a publicly owned treatment facility, and requires each agency to prepare a Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP). This SSMP has been prepared because the District meets these criteria.