Wastewater

Wastewater Sonoma CountyThe ability to effectively handle wastewater can significantly impact the viability and cost of your project. Adobe Associates is recognized as the top wastewater firm in the area. Our experience and expertise with wastewater enables us to see site opportunities others miss and thereby maximizing the value of your project.

Get a Thorough Project Scope

Not only are we experts in wastewater, we know how it impacts your entire project. Unlike other firms that give you only a partial picture of your project, we provide you with a thorough up-front project scope. With our expertise, we can help to identify potential project challenges before they happen and thus save you valuable time and money.

We Guide your Project through the Regulatory Puzzle

Wastewater management is a challenging environment of ever changing rules and regulations. That’s why we stay on top of all developments while maintaining important relationships with the agencies. We know who to talk to, what they need, and why they need it.

Take Advantage of our Wastewater Expertise

Our wastewater engineering division provides the initial site evaluations for the potential of in-ground wastewater systems, designs of in ground wastewater systems (septic systems), pre-treatment systems, and package treatment systems for small and large development projects.

For sites that do not have public sewer or water facilities available for site development it is essential to be able to determine the site’s ability to serve the proposed development.  Our engineers evaluate a site and soils potential for on-site wastewater disposal.

We do this work for private property owners, wineries, developers, real estate professionals, and public agencies.

Our Wastewater Engineering Services include:

  • Site Evaluation for Private Sewage Disposal Systems
  • Private Sewage System Design - Septic Systems
  • Winery Wastewater System Design
  • Package Treatment Plants
  • Soil Sampling and Lab Work Interpretation
  • Percolation and Ground Water Testing
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Graywater Reuse

From Weblog

June 28, 2017

The State of California released a new Industrial General Permit in July of 2015 (2014-0057-DWQ) that increased the types of industrial facilities that are required to obtain coverage as well as transitioned the reporting to be done electronically.  The Industrial General Permit regulates storm water and authorized non-storm water discharges for industrial facilities that fall under nine federally defined categories of industrial activities. 

These categories are:

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