Pending Enforcement Liabilities & Penalties

This web page provides a summary of enforcement cases that are pending action by the San Francisco Bay Water Board to assess an administrative civil liability or a mandatory minimum penalty. To access documents associated with each case go to Enforcement Case Documents or click on the DISCHARGER/RESPONSIBLE PARTY

For more information on our enforcement procedures and process, go to our Enforcement program web page.

Current Administrative Civil Liability Cases


Discharger or Responsible Party: Stuart and Eric Depper
Alleged Violation: Failure to submit technical reports.
Proposed Penalty: $88,000
Current Status: An Administrative Civil Liability Complaint has been issued; There will be a future opportunity to comment on a settlement or attend a public hearing regarding this case.

Discharger or Responsible Party: Isaias Munoz
Alleged Violation: Discharger operated an industrial facility without coverage under a stormwater discharge permit.
Proposed Penalty: $14,000
Current Status: Administrative Civil Liability Order No. R2-2018-1003 issued on March 29, 2018.

Discharger or Responsible Party: Super Store Industries
Alleged Violation: Super Store Industries allegedly violated a best management practice requirement of the General Permit for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Industrial Activities, Order No. 2014-0057-DWQ, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System No. CAS000001, which allegedly resulted in a prohibited discharge to Jameson Canyon Creek.
Proposed Penalty: 230,000
Current Status: Administrative Civil Liability Order No. R2-2018-1002 issued on March 29, 2018.

Discharger or Responsible Party: Marin Municipal Water District
Alleged Violation: July 16, 2016, unplanned discharge of 105,000 gallons of chlorinated potable water to San Anselmo Creek.
Proposed Penalty: 129,250
Current Status: Administrative Civil Liability Order No. R2-2018-1004 issued on April 9, 2018.

Discharger or Responsible Party: Granada Community Services District
Alleged Violation: Unauthorized discharges totaling about 21,100 gallons of untreated sewage to waters of the United States.
Proposed Penalty: $33,100
Current Status: A proposed Settlement Agreement and Stipulated Order has been reached. The public comment period is open until 5 p.m. on May 21, 2018.



Current Mandatory Minimum Penalty Cases

  • There are currently no pending cases

 

Current Expedited Payment Program for Late Reports

  • There are currently no pending cases