VIDEO / LINKS. Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM) Partners with PG&E to Reduce its Carbon Footprint. Scroll to bottom for 4/22 agenda.
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Also on the agenda:
- High-Efficiency Aeration Blower Project
- SAM pensions on the agenda
- Non-Domestic Waste Source Control Program (NDWSCP) ordinance. CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE ORDINANCE. Public Meeting 6/10/2019.
- Adoption of a Uniform Fee Schedule effective 7/15/2019 (first time, as opposed to ordinance updates which is a less efficient process. Instead, linking to the CPI (Consumer Prince Index). Public Meeting 6/10/2019. See below…
- 5-year CIP Plan presentation. Force Main repair projects (see @ 1 hour and 15 minutes)
- Princeton Force Main Assessment (built 1980), Montara Force Main Design and Construction (built in 1980), Montara Pump Station and Conduits, Princeton Pump Station Bypass System…and more.
Please contact Beverli A. Marshall, General Manager if you have questions or comments. She want to hear from you. (650) 726-0124 Cell (650) 667-9138 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.samcleanswater.org
Press Release ~
SEWER AUTHORITY MID-COASTSIDE PARTNERS WITH PG&E AND KW ENGINEERING TO REDUCE ITS CARBON FOOTPRINT
Half Moon Bay, CA, April 25, 2019 – The Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM) announced that it is partnering with Pacific Gas & Electric and kW Engineering to replace aging equipment, cut operating costs, and reduce its carbon footprint.
“SAM has many projects identified in its adopted 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan to replace its aging infrastructure and equipment with more efficient and cost-effective alternatives. As part of the planning process, SAM is committed to developing and maintaining partnerships to share funding and identify grants and other sources of financing to offset costs.” Beverli A. Marshall, General Manager
SAM’s owns and operates 6 miles of pressure force main, two miles of gravity sewer pipe, three pump stations, and a wastewater treatment facility. The current project will replace an aging aeration blower with a more energy efficient model that will reduce SAM’s carbon footprint by approximately 38 tons per year. The project qualifies for the PG&E Energy Efficiency Rebate Program and the Energy Efficiency Retrofit Loan Program (EEF) with on-bill financing that lends money – interest free – as part of the monthly utility bill. This is the second such project that SAM has utilized to reduce its energy use and cut operating costs.
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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Beverli A. Marshall
AERATION BLOWER PROJECT
VIDEO ~ See the presentation for yourself >>>
PGE to Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside On-Bill Financing Review (Carbon Footprint Reduction)
CLICK HERE to see the whole powerpoint presentation.
First time fee schedule for SAM. Public Meeting 6/10/2019
Environmental Compliance Inspections
Food Service Establishment Inspection $185
Dental Facility Inspection $185
Permitted Industrial User Inspection $275
Permitted Industrial User Sampling $275 plus lab processing costs
Auto Service Facility Sampling $450
The fee for re-inspection or re-sampling shall be at the appropriate fee category listed
Temporary Discharge Fees
Flow Charge (domestic strength) $0.10 per gallon
Flow Charge (commercial strength) $0.15 per gallon
Private Lateral Assistance Fee (M-F 7am-4pm) $200 per hour
Private Lateral Assistance Fee (after hours) $300 per hour
Dishonored Check Fee $25
Document Copy Fee (Black/white) $0.05 per page
Document Copy Fee (Color) $0.15 per page
- City of Half Moon Bay
- El Granada
- Moss Beach
- Princeton by the Sea
- SAM Transparency Portal
In 2008 the Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside began video taping its Board meetings. The current meetings are broadcast after the meetings on the Pacific Coast Television network, which can be found at www.pacificcoast.tv. You can also search for archived videos on YouTube at www.youtube.com.