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Central Contra Costa Sanitary

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5019 Imhoff Pl Martinez CA 94553
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(925) 228-9500
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A public agencydanville - diablo - lafayettemartinez - moraga - orindaadministrative offices/treatment plantnorthern san ramonnorthern san ramon - walnut creekwalnut creekrepairmaintenance179860attr:septic systems210150attr:sewer repairplumbing contractorssewer construction contractorslocal

Central Contra Costa Sanitary District (CCCSD) is a special district that collects and cleans an average of 45 million gallons of wastewater per day for about 440,000 residents and businesses in central Contra Costa County, Calif. CCCSD also operates a household hazardous waste collection facility, recycles high-quality water, and promotes pollution prevention through various educational,...

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DROUGHT!! After my lawn died off we covered it in bark. But we have trees and plants that I am just willing to let die. Also a garden (in a raised bed). I was using the water from all of the...

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Since 2008 the company has been providing Sewerage Systems.

CCCSD's mission, history, service area map, statistics, and a video CCCSD's sewer service charges, budgets, and annual reports CCCSD is an equal opportunity employer

Central Conta Costa Sanitary District is the sewer service for central county. With nearly half a million residential and business customers, it is responsible for constructing and maintaining hundreds of miles of sewer lines, and collects and treats 45 million gallons of wastewater each day at its wastewater treatment plant on Imhoff Way. That wastewater is then recycled and used in public...

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