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TSD CORP YARD A NET ELECTRICITY PRODUCER IN 2012
Thanks to the 535 photovoltaic solar panels installed at its corporation yard in 2009, TSD continues to be a net energy producer. Solar year 2012 ended with TSD meeting all it's energy demands at it corporation yard facility plus producing an extra 50 MWhr. Power and green benefits produced from the facility can be seen by clicking here.
TSD CELEBRATES EARTH DAY 2013
TSD participated in the recent 2013 Earth Day Celebration at Squaw Valley. Three staff members shared information about operating and maintaining the sanitary sewer system, demonstrated our pipeline televising equipment, and answered questions from the public.
TSD EMPLOYEE WINS TOP HONORS!
TSD Maintenance Worker, Herb Brooks, was awarded the Collection Person of the Year Award on February 12, 2011, at the annual awards dinner of the local Section of the California Water Environment Assocation (CWEA). Brooks, a TSD employee since 2000, works on TSD's construction, cleaning, and television crews as well as serving on the Safety Committe and the Lift Station on-call pool. The award recognized Herb's superior dedication, performance, and excellent attitude.
TSD HELPS CELEBRATE TRUCKEE RIVER DAY
TSD staff participated in the annual Truckee River Day celebration on October 15, 2011. Three TSD staff members shared information on TSD services with the public at the Granite Flats Campground. The TSD booth included a demonstration of the closed-circuit television equipment used to assess the sewer system as well as displays on pipeline rehabilitation techiniques and information on the recently completed TSD projects.
TSD WINS STATE AWARD
The California Association of Sanitation Agencies (CASA) awarded TSD with its Outstanding Capital Project Award at its annual conference in October. The TSD project encompassed a number of improvements installed at the seven sewer lift stations that surround Donner Lake, including the installation of emergency overflow tanks, bypass ports, and a portable hose reel trailer. These innovative improvements significantly reduce the risk of spills to Donner Lake's pristine waters.
TSD HELPS BREAK GROUND
TSD General Manager Tom Selfridge helped break ground on Phase 3A of the Truckee River Legacy Trail. The Wednesday, June 16, 2010, ceremony included elected officials and staff from the Town of Truckee, the Truckee Trails Foundation, and TSD. The new section of trail will extend the existing trail by another 4,000 ft. Approximately 1,000 ft of the new trail lies on TSD property.
TSD SUPERVISOR RECOGNIZED FOR EXCELLENCE!
TSD Collection Systems Maintenance Supervisor, Lee Wright, was awarded the Supervisor of the Year Award on February 6, 2010, at the annual awards banquet of the local Section of the California Water Environment Assocation (CWEA). Wright, a TSD employee since 1990, is in charge of TSD's construction crew. The award recognized his hard work over the past year including several months in which he performed his normal duties plus those of the Superintendent. TSD appreciates Lee's fine performance and applauds his accomplishments.
TSD WINS TOP STATE AWARD!
TSD recently received the 2008 Medium Collection System of the Year Award by the California Water Environment Association (CWEA), a statewide organization of wastewater professionals. At its Annual Conference, CWEA officials presented the award to TSD employees Denny Anderson, Eric Sundale, Raymond Brown, and Rick Collins, shown at left .
TSD RECOGNIZED AT LEGACY TRAIL RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY
The TSD was recognized for its contribution to the recently completed paving of Phase 2 of the Truckee River Legacy Trail. At a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 23, 2009, Board Member Jerry Gilmore (shown assisting Mayor Dr. Mark Brown) gave a brief presentation outlining TSD's committment to community projects. TSD granted easements on over 4,000 feet of the Phase 2 Project.
The Truckee Sanitary District (TSD) is the public agency responsible for the collection and conveyance of wastewater in the greater Truckee area.
Our goal is to protect the public health and the environment while providing our customers the highest level of service consistent with the prudent management of public funds.