Sewers, Stormdrains & Wastewater Treatment

Sewers, Stormdrains & Wastewater Treatment

SBP Frequently Asked Questions


What is the Sewer Public Benefit Program?

riverside sunsetThe Sewer Public Benefit (SPB) program is an incentive program for businesses and residents of the City of Riverside. This program discounts sewer service charges and is being offered as an incentive to reduce the intensity and/or volume of wastewater discharge into the sewer system. The reduction of undesirable substances and volume from the City’s wastewater stream will benefit all customers, decreasing treatment costs for the City and its residents and impacts the wastewater collection system.

Limitations apply. Interested parties are reminded to thoroughly review the program eligibility requirements and confer with program administrator prior to submitting an application.

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Who is eligible for the program and how much is the incentive?

The Sewer Public Benefit (SPB) program is an incentive program for businesses within the City of Riverside. The program discounts sewer service charges and is offered as an incentive to reduce the intensity and volume of wastewater discharge into the sewer system. Please refer to Table 1 for incentive amounts.

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How is the program funded?

Funding for the program comes from an allocation of the Sewer Services Charge for each customer category. On a monthly basis $0.05 per residential account would be allocated, as well as $0.05 per hundred cubic feet (CCF) of industrial flows as approved by council on September 23, 2008.

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How does one get more information?

For more information please call the Edward Filadelfia, Program Administrator at (951) 351-6080.

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Water Quality Control Plant
Sewer Rates & Fees
General Information
Address:
5950 Acorn Street
Riverside, CA 92504

Stormwater: (951) 826-5341

Wastewater: (951) 351-6140-5341

Hours
Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:30pm
Closed on Weekends and Major Holidays
Mission Statement
Through the collection and treatment of the community’s sewage, the Regional Water Quality Control Plant protects our environment and quality of life while creating reusable resources.
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