Proposed Contaminated Site Cleanup Decisions
The Regional Water Board is required to provide public notice of certain corrective actions related to cleanups from spills, leaks, and other hazardous substance discharges, including releases from underground storage tanks. Comments regarding a particular notice must be received in writing at the Regional Water Board office no later than thirty calendar days from the date of the individual notice. [note: comments on a proposed action may result in (1) a change to the proposed action, (2) a hearing on the proposed action, or (3) no change to the proposed action. Any hearing or any significant change to the proposed action would result in re-noticing.]
|Discharger||Description||Comment Period Ends|
|PG&E, Unit 17||Case # 1NSO709||October 4, 2019|
|Unocal Service Station||Case # 1TMC017||September 9, 2019|
|Jackie L. Retzloff Trust||Case # 1THU950||September 8, 2019|
(Page last updated 8/5/19)
Water is a precious resource in California, and maintaining its quality is of utmost importance to safeguard the health of the public and the environment.