Central Valley Clean Water Association’s Comments on the Cities of Fresno and Clovis Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility

Dear Mr. Mushegan:

The Central Valley Clean Water Association (CVCWA) appreciates the opportunity to comment on the tentative Waste Discharge Requirements for the Cities of Fresno and Clovis Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility, Fresno County (Tentative Order). CVCWA is a non-profit association of public agencies located within the Central Valley region that provide wastewater collection, treatment, and
water recycling services to millions of Central Valley residents and businesses. We approach these matters with the perspective of balancing environmental and economic interests consistent with state and federal law. In this letter, we provide the following comments regarding the requirements that Fresno replace all monitoring wells that have gone dry, Discharge Specification D.1, electrical conductivity (EC) objectives and limitations, and ultraviolet (UV) disinfection dosing specifications.

Full Letter – CVCWA Comments on Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility

Central Valley Clean Water Association’s Comments on the Tentative Order for the El Dorado Hills Wastewater Treatment Plant

Dear Mr. Kirn:
The Central Valley Clean Water Association (CVCWA) appreciates the opportunity to submit these comments on the Tentative Order for El Dorado Irrigation District’s (EID) El Dorado Hills Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). CVCWA is a non-profit organization representing more than 50 publicly owned treatment works (POTWs) throughout the Central Valley in regulatory matters affecting surface water discharge, land application, and water reuse. We approach these matters in a way that balances environmental and economic interests consistent with applicable law.

Full Letter – CVCWA Comments on EID El Dorado Hills

Comments on the Tentative Waste Discharge Requirements for El Dorado Irrigation District, Camino Heights Wastewater Treatment Facility

Dear Ms. Fu:
The Central Valley Clean Water Association (CVCWA) appreciates the opportunity to
submit these comments on the tentative waste discharge requirements (Tentative Order) for
El Dorado Irrigation District’s Camino Heights Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF). CVCWA is
a non-profit organization representing more than 50 publicly owned treatment works
throughout the Central Valley Region in regulatory matters affecting surface water discharge,
land application, and water reuse. We approach these matters with a perspective to balance
environmental and economic interests consistent with state and federal law. For the following
reasons, CVCWA respectfully requests that you revise the Tentative Order to reflect that the
applicable water quality objective for electrical conductivity (EC) is a range, rather than
900 micromhos per centimeter (µmhos/cm).

Full Letter – CVCWA Comments on EID Camion Heights