Silicon Valley Clean Water
1400 Radio Road
Redwood City, CA 94065
Environmental Services (650) 832-6240
Main Facility (650) 591-7121
Fax (650) 591-7122
Environmental Services issues wastewater, groundwater discharge, septic and restaurant grease hauler permits, conducts sanitary sewer complaint response, fats oils and grease inspections and performs public and educational outreach for the communities within our service area.
This section contains forms to download to your computer. you will be able to electronically complete and submit forms.
Mandatory Wastewater Discharge Permit Application
Discretionary Groundwater Discharge Permit Application
Non Routine Discharge Authorization Application
Low Volume Discharge Authorization Application
Residential Septage And Restaurant Grease Hauler Discharge Permit
Water Quality Questionaire For New Dischargers
A permit is required for the discharge of any process water from the following facilities or activities:
Mandatory wastewater discharge permits are required for facilities covered by the federal categorical regulations, 40 CFR or meeting the definition of significant industrial user in the SVCW regulations (SVCW regulations section 1.3.30).
Groundwater discharge is prohibited to the sanitary sewer except by permit (SVCW regulations section 2.2).
One time or short term wastewater discharge is allowed by non routine discharge authorization.
Continued low volume discharge to the sanitary sewer is allowed by low volume discharge authorization.
SVCW allows septic and restaurant grease haulers to discharge their trucks at the main plant site under permit.
Permit application completion instructions are included in the application for mandatory wastewater discharge. Non routine and low volume authorization completion instructions require applicant to contact SVCW environmental services at (650) 832-6240.
Solvent Management Plan /Zero Total Toxic Certification Statement
Slug Discharge Control Plan
Self Certification Statement
BMPs instruct the discharger with the recommended techniques to prevent and reduce pollutant discharge to the sanitary sewer.
Fats, Oils And Grease Best Management Practices
Dental Amalgam Best Management Practices
The Regulations Of Silicon Valley Clean Water Regulates Discharge To The Sanitary Sewer.