Initial study on the Richmond transport project, San Francisco Clean Water Program

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  • Sewage -- Environmental aspects -- California -- San Francisco.,
  • Water quality management -- California -- San Francisco.

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Other titlesRichmond transport project.
Statementprepared by City and County of San Francisco, Department of City Planning.
ContributionsSan Francisco Clean Water Management Program., San Francisco (Calif.). Dept. of City Planning.
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 38, A-1, B-2, C-2 p. :
Number of Pages38
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Open LibraryOL23009147M

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Initial Study/Addendum to the Westshore Marina Condominium Project Environmental Impact Report for the Richmond Riviera Project City of Richmond, California Prepared for: Virtual Development Corporation Marina Way S., Suite Richmond, CA The Clean Water Program consists of several programs and initiatives: The Regional Monitoring Program for Water Quality in San Francisco Bay (Bay RMP) — Now in its 22nd year, the RMP is the flagship of the Clean Water Program.

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• Chapter 6 - References. This chapter identifies the references and sources used in the preparation of this IS/ND. This project is a study in the Pajaro River watershed that includes the Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito counties of California.

The initial study will focus on flood protection; ecosystem restoration; other purposes such as recreation and water supply for San Benito Creek; and downstream impacts to the Pajaro River. General Questions Golden Gate San Francisco, CA   How much trash is in waterways and San Francisco Bay.

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The San Francisco Bay Water Emergency Transportation Authority held meetings last year outlining plans for a commuter ferry that would take riders from Richmond’s Craneway Pavilion to the San. Seismic Design of the San Francisco Ocean Outfall. O.H. Gilbert, Jr., Senior Project Engineer, The Clean Water Program of the City and County Offshore fault zones located in the project vi­ cinity are the San Andreas, Pilarcitos, and SealCited by: 4.

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Project Description. This Initial Study has been prepared consistent with CEQA Guidelines Sectionto determine if the proposed Tracy Recycled Water Project (project) may have a significant effect upon the environment.

Based upon the findings and mitigation measures contained within this report, a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) will be prepared. Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan Whereas: 1) The San Francisco Estuary Project (SFEP) was established in under the Clean Water Act’s Section The National Estuary Program (NEP) to develop and implement a Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) to “restore and maintain.

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EPA established the San Francisco Estuary Project as part of the National Estuary Program in The Estuary Project receives federal appropriations under the Clean Water Act and matching funds from the State of California and is a cooperative program designed to effective.

Every year, before autumn gives way to winter in San Francisco, the crews tasked with the unrelentingly dirty business of inspecting and maintaining the city’s nearly 1, miles of Author: Dominic Fracassa.

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4 effluent: sewage or other liquid waste that is discharged into a body of water, etc. 5 eutrophication: (of a lake) characterized. Besides the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, the system is also used by the Metropolitan Water District in Southern California and New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection.

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