Case Study

Ross Valley Sanitary District Improves Capital Planning And Reduces Sanitary Sewer Overflows With Prioritized Maintenance

Source: Innovyze
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With over half of the underground sanitary network more than 50 years old, RVSD faced common challenges that come along with aging infrastructure assets.

“Historically, a run-to-fail model was adopted for most of RVSD’s existence,” Vogel noted. “We had high levels of infiltration and inflow (I&I), which led to RVSD having the most sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) in Marin County,” he added.

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