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Monday, December 7, 2009

Wastewater Engineer Limits Intrusion on The Environment

With all the controversy of wastewater spills into the environment, it’s a relief to find All Inclusive Water/Wastewater Solutions, Inc., a company that not only researches environmental issues and educates colleagues concerning wastewater and the environment, but also provides “all inclusive” services to the water/wastewater community.

The President and CEO of the company, Mark Kahl, PE is a professional engineer with work experience in five different continents over the last 35 years. He and his staff have developed a reputation for thoughtful environmental designs of wastewater treatment systems to ensure limited intrusion on the environment. They provide planning assistance from the conceptual stage through to permitting and design approval. Experienced employees manufacture and install the plants and provide engineer-supervised operation and maintenance on the finished product.

For more information on wastewater and the environment, or how your plant can be more environmentallyf friendly please contact Mark Kahl, PE (530) 878-8148 or use our Contact Us form.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Wastewater Treatment Plant Faces Fines For Sewage Spills


According to Marin Independent-Journal the Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District spilled 766,700 gallons of partially treated wastewater into the San Francisco Bay between February 15 and February 21 after an underwater pipe at the district's Fort Baker Wastewater Treatment Plant burst. The break occurred in the underwater pipe joint due to corrosion of old equipment. The wastewater had been treated but not disinfected before spilling into the San Francisco Bay. The same line broke again on February 27 spilling another 2,700 gallons of sewage.

This district has had many other previous offenses. In August of 2008 the district discharged 9,000 gallons of raw sewage to Swede’s Beach causing beaches to close. The Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District faces fines of $332,000 and 30 days to respond.

If you would like more information to avoid or resolve this kind of problem, please contact Mark Kahl, PE (530) 878-8148 or use our Contact Us form.
Photo Credit Frankie Frost. Photo appeared in the Independent Journal 6-11-09.

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Saturday, February 21, 2009

All Inclusive Water/Wastewater Solutions, Inc. Launches New Website

We have launched our new website and blog! You'll find complete information about our company and the projects in which we engage.

All Inclusive Water/Wastewater Solutions, Inc. is a professional firm with Registered Engineers, Class “A” General Contractors License and State of California Wastewater Treatment Contract Operators Licensed by the State Water Resources Control Board.

We invite you to explore our website and to contact us to discuss your project, please use our contact us form.