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In 2017, the District completed a $6.7 million, eight-year project to improve efficiency and security by modernizing automated controls at its water and sewer facilities.
DSRSD is constructing a fourth digester to continue providing reliable wastewater service, and a receiving station for waste kitchen grease to generate more electricity from biogas.
A DSRSD contractor recently finished inspecting 350,000 feet of older sewer pipelines, an essential step in assessing the condition of every pipe in the wastewater collection system.
This year, DSRSD shaved an estimated $122,000 from its chemical budget by teaming up with other agencies when inviting bids from suppliers. Since the District created a bidding cooperative seven years ago, it has saved more than $900,000.
06/30/2017 10:08 a.m.
Demand for recycled water is growing. DSRSD, EBMUD, and the City of Pleasanton are investing over $18 million to increase water recycling capacity.
06/27/2017 2:50 p.m.
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