The district has recently completed the final projects in its $54 million plan to improve overall system reliability and capacity. The updates included the Wet Weather Flow Upgrade Project which meets new water quality discharge regulations, manages flows during storms, and improves overall treatment plant performance and reliability.
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Upgrade Projects Improve Reliability and Protect the Environment …
Celebrating a New, Modern Wastewater Treatment Plant for Our Community, Recycled Water…
Home News and PressHighlights Seeking Opportunities for Using Highly Treated Recycled Water There are many qualities and types of recycled water: The most basic is to reclaim treated wastewater for use in the treatment process (see below). A higher level of treated wastewater can be used to irrigate landscapes. Finally, the highest level of treatment […]
Home News and PressHighlights Upgraded Treatment Plant’s Performing Better than All Standards The District’s multi-year, major wastewater treatment plant upgrade has resulted in substantial improvements in capacity and processing limits and the quality of water discharged to the San Francisco Bay. Here are a few examples: Suspended solids in treated wastewater are at about one-third […]
Home News and PressHighlights Securing a 68-Year-Old Sewer Pipeline in the Bay. Rehabilitating a 68-Year-Old Sewer Pipeline in the Bay. Back in 1953 the Beach Force Main sewer pipeline which delivers virtually all wastewater to the treatment plant was built along the Bay’s waterline. Due to access limitations and its age, a new pipeline was […]
Home News and PressHighlights Celebrating a New, Modern Wastewater Treatment Plant for our Community On Tuesday, September 21, 2021, about 75 guests participated in an outdoor ribbon-cutting ceremony and plaque dedication for Sausalito Marin-City Sanitary District’s (SMCSD’s) upgrade wastewater treatment plant. Participants included residents and leaders from the City of Sausalito, National Park Service, Tamalpais […]
Fitch Ratings has increased Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District’s credit rating to AA, or “very high credit quality.” The upgraded rating also applies to the $31.1 million in revenue bonds issued by the District and held by the Marin Public Financing Authority
The District maintains emergency backup power at six critical pumping stations and at the main treatment plant, to ensure uninterrupted sewer service even during widespread power outages
You may have noticed this project that is under construction at Bridgeway Blvd. and Coloma. Check out a time-lapse video of the construction, view our landscaping plan developed with input from the community, and learn more about this project that will help protect public health and the Bay.