Tentative Orders

A Tentative Site Cleanup Requirements Order is being considered for Union Pacific Railroad, City of Oakland, Alameda County Flood Control District, Alameda County, Arroyo Viejo Creek Channel, Oakland, Alameda County. The Order would require the remediation of contaminated channel sediments. The public comment period is closed. A Waste Discharge Requirements Permit is being considered for Republic Services, Vasco Road Landfill, Livermore, Alameda County. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider this item at its June 8, 2022, meeting. The public comment period is closed. An NPDES Permit is being considered for Central Contra Costa Sanitary District Wastewater Treatment Plant, Martinez, Contra Costa County. The Order would regulate the discharge of approximately 34 million gallons per day of treated wastewater to Suisun Bay. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider this item at its June 8, 2022, meeting. The public comment period is closed. An NPDES Permit is being considered for the City of American Canyon Water Reclamation Facility, American Canyon, Napa County. The Order would reissue the City of American Canyon's NPDES permit to discharge advanced-secondary treated wastewater to the North Slough, tributary to the Napa River.. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider this item at its June 8, 2022, meeting. Written comments or objections to this action must be submitted no later than May 18, 2022 by 5:00 p.m. A tentative order that would amend Final Site Cleanup Requirements Order R2-2020-0025 is being considered for Marinwood Plaza, LLC, and Hoytt Enterprises., Inc. for the 187 Marinwood Avenue property, Marinwood, Marin County. The Order would update the status of remedial actions, add deadlines for onsite soil vapor remediation, and clarify reporting requirements. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider this item at its June 8, 2022, meeting. The public comment period is closed. NPDES permits are being considered for the East Bay Dischargers Authority (EBDA) and its member agencies (City of Hayward, City of San Leandro, Oro Loma Sanitary District, Castro Valley Sanitary District, and Union Sanitary District), the Livermore-Amador Valley Water Management Agency (LAVWMA), the Dublin San Ramon Services District, and the City of Livermore. Each EBDA member agency, the Dublin San Ramon Services District, and the City of Livermore owns and operates, jointly or independently, a municipal wastewater treatment plant. EBDA and LAVWMA own and operate pipelines that transport the treated wastewater from these treatment plants to the EBDA Common Outfall in San Leandro for discharge to Lower San Francisco Bay. The permits would regulate this discharge. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider these items at its July 13, 2022, meeting. Written comments or objections to this action must be submitted no later than June 20, 2022, by 5:00 p.m. A proposed Time Schedule Order (proposed TSO) is being considered to require the City of Pacifica and County of San Mateo municipal separate stormwater sewer systems to attain Waste Load Allocations in the San Pedro Creek and Pacifica State Beach Bacteria TMDL, as prescribed in the Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit, Order No. R2-2022-0018. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider the proposed TSO at its July 13, 2022, meeting. Written comments or objections to this action must be submitted no later than June 20, 2022, by 5:00 p.m.