Sanitary Sewer Management Plan
The Port of Oakland has prepared the Sewer System Management Plan ("SSMP") in compliance with the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Statewide General Waste Discharge Requirements ("WDR") for Sanitary Sewer Systems, Water Quality Order 2006-0003. The goal of the SSMP is to effectively manage, operate, and maintain the sanitary sewer collection system owned by the Port of Oakland to help reduce and prevent sanitary sewer overflows ("SSOs") and to mitigate the impact of SSOs that do occur. The WDR requires a comprehensive review of the SSMP and re-adoption by the governing body every five years. The original SSMP was adopted by the Board of Port Commissioners ("Board") on May 18, 2010. The 2015 SSMP Update was adopted by the Board on July 9, 2015.
The SSMP may also be reviewed during normal business hours at the Engineering Services Counter, 530 Water Street, 2th Floor, Oakland, CA 94607. Comments or questions regarding the SSMP should be directed to Liem Nguyen at email@example.com or (510) 627-1636.
Clean Air Programs at the Port
The Port is actively managing several programs to improve air quality at and around our operations:
- Maritime Air Quality Improvement Plan (MAQIP)
- Comprehensive Truck Management Plan (CTMP)
- Port of Oakland Shore Power Program
Seaport Air Emissions Inventory
As part of its longstanding commitment to reduce air pollution from the operations of its seaport tenants, the Port of Oakland released its Seaport Air Emissions Inventory (Inventory) in August 2007.
Habitat Restoration and Park Development
The Port of Oakland is committed to environmental restoration as part of its developments and operations. The Port has completed a number of wetland projects around San Francisco Bay. More Information
Since 1992, the Port has worked in partnership with its tenant industrial facilities and with the general public to raise greater awareness about water pollution problems and to insure that action is taken to prevent pollution in run-off. More Information
As part of the Cal/OSHA requirement we are expected to provide employees with adequate life safety features such as clearly marked exits, fire extinguishers and fire extinguishing systems, and evacuation procedures. More Information