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Most of the time the wastewater treatment process can take place and not create any foul odors. However, given the nature of the business it is inevitable that from time to time foul odors will occur. It doesn't happen very often, but when it does the staff at the plant can usually determine the cause and take corrective action.
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The Wastewater Treatment Plant is located at:
700 Lundy Lane
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
We are located near Public Works corporation yard.
Call Rhonda at 831-440-5612 regarding you sewer bill.
Almost one million gallons (950,000 gallons) are treated daily at the Waste Water Treatment Plant.
During the dry weather months most of the water is recycled and used for irrigation at local parks, schools, and on roadway medians. In the winter months the water is discharged into the Monterey Bay.
Yes, but not very much. The treatment plant only treats only water that goes down the drain in houses and businesses. All the rainwater flows into the storm drains that you see on the side of the road. That rainwater flows into the local creeks and eventually into the ocean.
It is very important not to let any garbage, used motor oil, or even soapy water from washing cars enter the storm drains because it will pollute our waterways.
Give us a call at 831-438-0732 and we'll do our best to help.
Tours are encouraged and given frequently. Give us a call at 831-438-0732 to set up a tour.
No, Public Works and Engineering is located next door in the buildings at 701 Lundy Lane.