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The Regional Wastewater Control Facility is a 55 Million Gallon per day (MGD) tertiary treatment facility.  The facility serves the City of Stockton and outlying County areas and currently processes an average of 33 MGD. 

 

After treatment, under the restrictions and requirements of a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, the water is discharged into the San Joaquin River.

 

Treatment operations at the facility are closely regulated under our Wastewater NPDES permit.  Part of that permit requires the preparation of a Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) that describes the procedures and activities necessary to operate and maintain the treatment facility in order to reduce Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs) and the procedures for reporting should an SSO occur.

 

The SSMP was developed in compliance with the requirements of the State Water Resources Control Board General Waste Discharge Requirement (GWDR).  The GWDR provides a consistent approach for reducing Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs) and applies to all publicly owned collection system agencies consisting of more then one mile of pipe or sewer lines and which convey untreated wastewater to a publicly owned treatment facility.

 

To report spills, odors, leaks, or to contact us after hours in an emergency, please call our 24-hour emergency Emergency Service Center.  For nonemergencies, please Contact Us .

 

For information about paying your bill, or starting or stopping sewer services, please visit the Utility Billing Department.

 

 

External Links


State Water Resources Control Board - Statewide General Discharge Order

This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 2/4/2013