A proposed Tentative Order is being considered for the former Glovatorium, Inc. property located in Oakland, Alameda County. The Order (Site Cleanup Requirements) would require completion of the remedial investigation and preparation of a remedial action plan. Following the comment period ending June 30, 2015, Regional Water Board staff will consider comments received and determine whether the Order should be issued administratively by the Executive Officer or adopted by the Regional Water Board following a public hearing. The hearing was continued to a future date to be determined.
A Tentative Order is being considered for the Hamlin Dry Cleaners site in Lafayette, Contra Costa County. The Order (Amendment of Site Cleanup Requirements) would amend Order No. R2-2011-088 as follows: remove dischargers from the Order due to death, revise soil gas cleanup standards to reflect the Regional Water Board’s updated Environmental Screening Levels, and add interim remedial action tasks to the Order. Regional Water Board staff will consider comments received and determine whether the Order should be issued administratively by the Executive Officer or adopted by the Regional Water Board following a public hearing. The public comment period is closed and staff is processing comments.
A proposed tentative NPDES general permit is being considered for new and existing discharges of treated filter backwash from filter facilities to inland surface waters in the San Francisco Bay Region. This tentative NPDES gerneral permit replaces an earlier draft permit that was noticed on September 8, 2015, for public comment. The San Francisco Water Board will consider the tentative permit at its December 16, 2015, meeting. The comment period is closed.
A Cleanup and Abatement Order has been issued for Point Buckler LLC, Point Buckler Island, Solano County. The Order would require the discharger to undertake corrective action to clean up and abate the effects of unauthorized levee construction activities on Point Buckler Island.
An NPDES Permit is being considered for Eco Services Operations LLC, Martinez Plant, Martinez, Contra Costa County. The permit would regulate the discharge of about 0.12 million gallons per day of treated wastewater to Carquinez Strait, and stormwater discharges to Peyton Slough. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider this item at its December 16, 2015, meeting. The comment period is closed.
An NPDES Permit and Tentative Cease and Desist Order (CDO) is being considered for the City of St. Helena Wastewater Treatment Plant, St. Helena, Napa County. The Permit and CDO would reissue the City's NPDES Permit and require the City to upgrade its treatment plant to meet more stringent requirements. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider this item at its January 13, 2016 meeting. The comment period is closed.