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Water Pollution Control

Water Pollution Control

Water Pollution Control Plant:
3000 Davis Street
San Leandro, CA 94577

(510) 577-3434

Plant Manager:     Dean Wilson
(510) 577-6030
After Hours Sewer Issues: (510) 577-2740 (Police Dispatch)
Report sanitary sewer and storm drain inlet issues
(non-emergency only):
Online:  My SL
Hours:

Monday - Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

The tertiary treated Recycled Water Fill Station will be opening this summer. If you're interested in receiving water to use in your garden, please read the Recycled Water Training presentation. It explains the basics of how to receive and manage recycled water. You can also download the Permit Application.

You have to be a resident of San Leandro to be eligible to obtain a permit. You obtain your permit on your first visit. You must bring your own watertight container (with a lid) to receive water, and that container can only be used for recycled water from that point forward.

 
The Water Pollution Control Division is responsible for the regulation, collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater from all residential and commercial sources within the City's sewer service area. It is our mission to responsibly, cost-effectively and professionally:
  • Collect and biologically treat wastewaters;
  • Recycle biosolids;
  • Protect San Francisco Bay water quality;
  • Supplement the limited water supply with recycled water;
  • Protect the ecosystem; and
  • Educate and create partnerships with the public.

NOTE:  The City has been notified about a mailing to San Leandro property owners from American Water Resources Insurance Services offering utility insurance coverage for private water and sewer lines.  This mailing may be worded in such a way as to suggest that such coverage is promoted and/or encouraged by the City. Please note that American Water Resources Insurance Services is an independent company that is in no way affiliated with the City of San Leandro.

If you choose to purchase this type of insurance coverage, you should thoroughly research the company and carefully read the details of the coverage being offered prior to enrolling. 

 

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Rethink What You Flush