Tentative Orders

A Tentative Waste Discharge Requirements and Water Quality Certification Order is being considered for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 2020-2024 Maintenance Dredging Program. The Order would regulate maintenance dredging in the federal navigation channels in the San Francisco Bay Area and disposal of the dredged sediment over a five-year period. The public comment period is closed. An NPDES permit is being considered for the East Bay Municipal Utility District, Orinda Water Treatment Plant at 190 Camino Pablo, Orinda, Contra Costa County. The permit would regulate discharges of treated filter backwash water to San Pablo Creek. The San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board will consider this item at its July 14, 2021, meeting. Written comments must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on June 7, 2021 A Tentative Site Cleanup Requirements Order is being considered for Raytheon Technologies, Former United Technologies Corporation, San Jose, Santa Clara County. The Order would Rescind SCR Order No. R2-2012-0019, recognize the Facility's completion of tasks required in the 2012 SCR, recognize the facility's name change, and optimize the Self-Monitoring Plan. Written comments or objections to this action must be submitted no later than June 18, 2021, by 5:00 p.m. This Tentative Order rescinds Site Cleanup Requirements Order No. 97-051 for the former Transamerica Delaval Plant at 550 85th Avenue in Oakland. Groundwater cleanup standards have been achieved and mitigation measures do not require the Water Board's continued oversight. Written comments must be submitted no later than July 12, 2021, by 5 p.m. An NPDES permit is being considered for Sanitary District No. 5 of Marin County, Paradise Cove Treatment Plant, Tiburon, Marin County. The permit would regulate the discharge of treated wastewater to Central San Francisco Bay. The San Francisco Bay Water Board will consider this item at its September 8, 2021, meeting. Written comments or objections to this action must be submitted no later than August 9, 2021, by 5:00 p.m. An NPDES permit amendment is being considered for nearly all municipal wastewater dischargers in the region. The draft permit amendment would update effluent limits and monitoring requirements for total residual chlorine and remove effluent limits and monitoring requirements for oil and grease.