Novato Sanitary District General Manager Sandeep Karkal announced last week that the District successfully completed the refinancing of its outstanding 2011 Certificates of Participation, which were issued to finance the District’s ongoing long-term, strategic sewer system upgrade program.
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- November 22, 2017
- May 25, 2013
The Novato Streetscape Committee would like to extend a big “thank you” to the many, dedicated volunteers who participated in Novato’s 16th annual Clean & Green Day on April 20, as well to Bank of Marin, Whole Foods, Novato Sanitary District, Pini Hardware, Novato Builders Supply, Home Ground Habitat Nursery, Redwood Bagel and Pulger’s Plants for their support.
- May 22, 2013
Novato Sanitary District’s Dee Johnson and Novato Disposal’s Bessie Martinez staffed a joint booth at the Novato School Fuel Fun Fair. They had a recyclables toss and information about recycling and pollution prevention. The booth contributed $500 to support Novato education.
- October 11, 2012
As water flowed through a purple pipe into a series of filters, a crowd of workers and officials gathered at the Novato Sanitary District on Thursday to dedicate its new $6 million recycling plant.
- July 9, 2012
At the Novato Sanitary District, a yellow backhoe scoops up coffee-colored gravel as workers swarm nearby, putting the final touches in place for the August opening of a $6 million recycling plant that will save Novato 150 million gallons of water a year.
- May 1, 2012
Central Marin Sanitation Agency coordinates education programs for itself and five other agencies, including Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District, Novato Sanitary District, Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District, Tiburon-Belvedere Sanitary District and Sewerage Agency of Southern Marin.
- December 19, 2011
Utilizing Recycled Water for Wetlands Ponds and Pastureland
- August 20, 2011
“Recycled water benefits the entire region by bringing jobs and an environmentally sound, cost-effective and a drought-proof water supply for irrigating agriculture and large landscapes, so potable supplies can be conserved,” said Bill Long of Novato, chairman of the North Bay Water Reuse Authority, which received a $2 million state grant this week.