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Title: WORKSHOP ON TREATMENT PLANT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


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WORKSHOP ON TREATMENT PLANT OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE
  • MARCH 20, 2009

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Presentation Summary
  • Objectives
  • How objectives are achieved
  • Procurement Process

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Objectives
  • Staff Retention
  • Cost control
  • Protect equipment warranties
  • Long term protection of capital equipment
  • Accountability to Board and Public
  • Maintain District rights and ownership
  • Regulatory Compliance

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Staff Retention
  • Contract will require current staff receive
  • Guaranteed two years of employment at Novato
    Sanitary District location,
  • Comparable total compensation package,
  • Seniority carryover,
  • Recognize current bargaining representative.

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Ensure Qualified Staff
  • Contract will require
  • Staff to have specified certification levels,
  • Staff training and development programs,
  • In depth technical back up for onsite staff
    available on call,
  • Best of class safety program

6
Cost Control
  • Competitively bid proposal,
  • Fixed price plus pass through for specific cost
    elements,
  • Insurance and Performance Bonds

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Cost Control (cont.)
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Equipment Warranty Protection
  • Contract will require
  • Schedule for implementation of warranty equipment
    preventive maintenance program with liquidated
    damages,
  • Monthly report of work order status,
  • Contract liable for equipment repair cost if
    warranty maintenance not completed.

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Long Term Facility Maintenance
  • Contract will require
  • Schedule for implementation of computerized
    maintenance management system,
  • Monthly report of work order status,
  • Contractor liable for equipment repair cost if
    cant document preventive maintenance?

10
Accountability
  • Contract term 5 years or 7 years,
  • Provision for early termination by District for
    convenience by District only,
  • Provision of monthly and annual reports to the
    Board and public for cost, operational,
    regulatory, and maintenance parameters,
  • Performance Bond
  • Regulatory Compliance and fine protection
  • Maintenance guarantee

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Maintain District Rights and Ownership
  • District sets rates,
  • District provides overall management,
  • District is the NPDES permit holder,
  • District continues to operate and maintain the
    collection system, pump stations, solids
    disposal, and reclamation facilities.
  • Protect Districts tax exempt financing status,
  • District retains ownership of all facilities,
  • District retains control of all capital spending,
  • District approval required for any maintenance
    expenses not covered by the contract,

12
Procurement ProcessLegal Issues
  • CEQA
  • Labor Agreement
  • Contract Provisions

13
Regulatory Compliance
  • Contract provisions will establish incentives for
    regulatory compliance
  • Monthly operating report to Board and Management,
  • Contractor responsible for paying fines imposed
    by regulatory agencies,
  • Liquidated Damages for failure to perform,
  • Schedule for completion of Standard Operating and
    Maintenance Procedures,
  • Long term incentives for improved operational
    performance.

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Procurement ProcessDraft Schedule
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SUMMARY
  • Procurement Process is designed to achieve
    Districts objectives for start up and operation
    of the new treatment plant.
  • Staff retention
  • Equipment warranty protection
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Cost control
  • Maintain District control
  • Guarantees and financial assurances

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Regulatory Compliance
  • How does the regulatory compliance record for
    privately operated, publicly-owned wastewater
    treatment plants in the San Francisco Bay Area
    with similar discharge standards and vintage of
    treatment plants compare with the Novato Sanitary
    District record?

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Treatment Plant NPDES Violations from CIWQS(1)
Database
(1) CIWQS stands for California Integrated Water
Quality System which is a database of water
quality data maintained by the State Water
Resources Control Board. (2) The five year time
period from 1/1/2003 through 12/31/2007 was
selected because Veolia started contract
operations in Richmond in 2002 and the City of
Petaluma and the Fairfield Suisun Sewer District
returned to public operation in January of 2008.
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