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A Toxic Odor Problem Is Reduced to Almost Nothing - South Coast Water District case study

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Business Overview
The South Coast Water District provides fresh water and sewer service to more than 40,000 residents and more than two million visitors a year in the California coastal communities of Dana Point, South Laguna Beach and San Clemente. The district delivers 7 million gallons of water each day to homes and businesses and removes 4 million gallons of wastewater for treatment.

The South Coast Water District’s facilities are extensive. The sewer system contains 136 miles of pipelines, 3,800 manholes, 14 lift stations and 3 miles of force mains.

The district’s commitment to quality service is evident: to meet or exceed state and federal standards through disciplined maintenance and repair, as well as the addition of capital improvements to its facilities.

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