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Presented by Lynley Doyen, Water Program Liaison Field Operations Support Division Water Quality Advisory Work Group January 25, 2011 Austin, Texas.

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1 Presented by Lynley Doyen, Water Program Liaison Field Operations Support Division Water Quality Advisory Work Group January 25, 2011 Austin, Texas

2 What Is the SSO Initiative? Proactive approach initiated in late 2004 to: address an increase in SSOs due to aging systems; and encourage corrective action before human health, safety or the environment are impacted Participation is voluntary

3 What are the Benefits of Participating? Protection from TCEQ enforcement action for most continuing SSOs Compliance history rating is not affected No penalties associated with the SSO Agreement Corrective actions based on timeline to fit Participant’s needs

4 How Does it Work? Step 1 – Identification of facilities Step 2 – Meet with the regional office Step 3 – Confirmation of participation Step 4 – Evaluation of the SSO plan Step 5 – Finalizing the agreement

5 What Do I Have to Do? Conduct an evaluation of the collection system Develop a corrective action plan to address the SSOs Provide yearly progress reports to TCEQ

6 Elements of the SSO Plan Description of the cause(s) of the SSOs Length of plan (allowed up to 10 years) Interim measures that will be taken to mitigate the effects of continuing SSOs Description of the corrective measures (must be specific and measurable)

7 Elements of the SSO Plan Operations & Maintenance program Time line for completing each corrective measure Description of the source(s) for funding Statement or provision for evaluating the effectiveness of the SSO plan

8 Where to Find More Information TCEQ GI-389 – Sanitary Sewer Overflow Initiative: Information for Prospective Participants Contact TCEQ regional office or Small Business & Environmental Assistance Division

9 This chart depicts the number of reported SSOs by fiscal year from September 1, 2005 through July 31, The total number of effective Agreements are also given per fiscal year. The results are: FY06 – Reported SSOs: 2,357 and Effective Agreements: 6 FY07 – Reported SSOs: 3,489 and Effective Agreements: 23 FY08 – Reported SSOs: 3,045 and Effective Agreements: 69 FY09 – Reported SSOs: 2,671 and Effective Agreements: 106 FY10 – Reported SSOs: 2,691 and Effective Agreements: 131 Reported SSOs

10 Collection Line Smoke Tested per Fiscal Year This chart depicts the total number of linear feet that was smoke tested per fiscal year (2006 through 2010), as reported by the SSOI participants. FY06 - 5,157 FY ,113 FY08 482,228 FY09 - 2,478,974 FY10 - 1,217,682

11 Collection Line Cleaned per Fiscal Year This chart depicts the total number of linear feet that was cleaned per fiscal year, as reported by the SSOI participants. FY06 – 0 FY07 – 644,536 FY ,784,640 FY ,037,848 FY ,591,985

12 Collection Line Repaired/Replaced per Fiscal Year This chart depicts the total number of linear feet of collection that was repaired and/or replaced per Fiscal Year. It also shows the running total since fiscal year FY06 – Fiscal year: 0; Running total: 0 FY07 – Fiscal Year: 56,287; Running total: 56,287 FY08 – Fiscal Year: 628,245; Running total: 684,532 FY09 – Fiscal Year: 195,642; Running total: 880,174 FY10 – Fiscal Year: 502,911; Running total: 1,383,085

13 Manholes This chart depicts the total number of manholes that have been inspected and repaired/replaced per fiscal year since FY06 – Inspected: 0; Repaired/replaced: 0 FY07 – Inspected: 1,430; Repaired/replaced: 538 FY08 – Inspected: 19,431; Repaired/replaced: 2,897 FY09 – Inspected: 14,453; Repaired/replaced: 1,770 FY10 – Inspected: 11,556; Repaired/replaced: 1,889

14 Lift Stations This chart depicts the total number of lift stations that were inspected and the total number of lift stations that were rehabilitated per fiscal year since FY06 – Inspected: 0; Rehabilitated: 0 FY07 – Inspected: 0; Rehabilitated: 10 FY08 – Inspected: 150; Rehabilitated: 28 FY09 – Inspected: 1,378; Rehabilitated: 77 FY10 – Inspected: 3,775; Rehabilitated: 104

15 Grease Trap Inspections This chart depicts the total number of grease traps that have been inspected per fiscal year, as reported by the SSOI participants. FY06 – 0 FY07 – 0 FY08 – 353 FY09 - 2,335 FY10 - 2,943

16 Questions?? Contact Information: Lynley Doyen Water Program Liaison Field Operations Support Division


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