The Silicon Valley Clean Water (SVCW) Commission on Thursday, April 13, approved the Regional Environmental Sewer Conveyance Upgrade (RESCU) Program, which consists of replacing or rehabilitating nearly all components of the existing conveyance system, including pipelines and pump stations.

Silicon Valley Clean Water sent out notice to residents of increased truck traffic along Redwood Shores Parkway through September 20. The site improvements project at SVCW's treatment plant site is going well although soil delivery has been slower than expected due to the challenges of finding acceptable (clean) soil.

The SVCW Commission has authorized improvements to the Chlorine Contact Tank (CCT).

The FoP project heavy construction will begin on Monday July 31and last about three weeks.  Additional bulldozers, earthmovers, dump trucks, lime spreaders and mixers will arrive Monday morning and then the actual work will begin Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning (August 1).

Our annual budget provides an opportunity for us to share our key achievements during the past year (see later in this newsletter) and our management goals for each division that together advance SVCW objectives.

Though most don't think about what happens after a toilet is flushed, Dario Presezzi and his team of five have been hunkered down in trailers at a Redwood City wastewater treatment plant for the last five years laser focused on just that.

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