Due to heavy traffic volumes at the Recycled Water Fill Station at the Household Hazardous Wastes facility at Central Contra Costa Sanitary District, a new traffic pattern has been implemented to better serve the community.
Visitors to the fill station are to enter through the gate near the intersection of Imhoff Drive and Blum Road. Drive south along the frontage road and turn left on to Imhoff Place near the CCCSD Headquarters Office Building and visitor parking lots. Then drive north down Imhoff Place, on the left as depicted by the cones to the Recycled Water fill station area.
There an attendant will take your Residential Recycled Water Authorized User card and sign you in, recording your gallons taken and zip code.
Please be aware of employees, contractors and/or visitors of CCCSD who may be walking in the area when you come to get free recycled water.
These stats were posted on June 20th, 2015 to the Facebook page of this blog.
End of May – 560,823 gallons served – since program introduction.
Middle of June – over 1,000,000 gallons served – since program introduction.
On track to serve 900,000 gallons for the month of June.
Demand is still high, but wait times have dropped to around 10-15 minutes with the installation of 4 more fill station hoses.