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San Ramon Valley Reclamation Project
Author: Richard J. Stenquist
Date: 2/184
Presented at Conference on Water Reuse in the Bay Area, Emeryville, California, February 14, 1984

The Dublin San Ramon Wastewater Treatment Plant serves the residents of the Dublin San Ramon Services District (District) and the City of Pleasanton on a contract basis. The activated sludge secondary treatment plant is located near Interstates 680 and 58 in Pleasanton. The average dry-weather flow (ADWF) capacity of the plant is 9 million gallons per day (mgd), and the peak wet-weather flow capacity utilizing flow equalization is 18 mgd.1

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