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Orange County Sanitation District

Infrastructure Committee

Update

OCBC


Aug 9, 2011

Nick Arhontes, P.E.

Director of Facilities Support Services

Orange County Sanitation District

www.ocsd.com

Key

Initiatives

Infrastructure

Workforce Housing

Workforce Development

Economic Development

Strategic Initiatives

ORANGE COUNTY

SANITATION DISTRICT

Environmental Stewardship

Business Principles

Wastewater Management


Workplace Environment

OCSD
Infrastructure

Orange

County

Pacific

Ocean

Ocean Outfall

Reclamation

Plant No. 1

Treatment

Plant No. 2

Newport


Beach

Fountain

Valley

Santa Ana

Los

Alamitos

Buena

Park

Fullerton

Tustin

Garden Grove

La Habra

Brea

Placentia

Yorba Linda

Anaheim

Anaheim

Orange

La Palma

Cypress

Westminster

Irvine

Stanton

Villa

Park

Costa


Mesa

Huntington

Beach

Seal

Beach

463

square miles

207

million gallons per day


2.6

million population


21

cities, 3 special districts


OCSD Service Area

Pacific

Ocean

Ocean

Pipeline

27 Local Satellite Systems

~5,000 miles sewers


~109 pump stations


OCSD
Regional

System

587

miles sewers


15

pump
stations



18 urban runoff diversions


2

treatment plants


2 Outfalls





Orange County Sanitation District

regional wastewater treatment system

Reclamation Plant No. 1

Fountain Valley

Treatment Plant No. 2

Huntington Beach

200 Feet

Deep

ocean bottom

(16 story bldg)

14 ¼ Huntington Beach Piers (5 miles)

503

diffuser

portals

Ocean
Outfall

10
-
Foot

Diameter

Pipe

OCSD

Strategic Planning

Process

Core Values

Mission

Vision

Board of Directors

Level of Service

Assessment of Risks

Goals

5
-
Year Strategic Plan

Annual Business Plans

Business Accountability Charters

Staffing Plan

Financial Plan

Facilities Master Plan

Asset Management Plan

OCSD’s Mission

“We protect public health and

the environment by providing

effective wastewater collection,

treatment, and recycling.”

Strategic Initiatives

Environmental Stewardship

Business

Principles

Workplace Environment

Wastewater Management


Environmental Stewardship

Goals


SARI Line Relocation


Engine Emission Compliance


Carbon Foot Print Inventory


Fuel Cell Evaluation

Levels of Service


Respond to odor complaints within


1 hour for plants / 1 day for sewers


Odor complaints under 70 annually for all facilities


Respond to sewer spills within 1 hour


4
mgd

of urban runoff with no fees


Business Principles

Goals


Full
-
cost recovery for Urban Runoff Program
(new)


Local sewer services transferred back to satellite
sewer system owners

Levels of Service


Respond
to public inquiries about construction
1
day


New construction permits processed 1 day


Wastewater Management

Goals


Sustainable
Biosolids

Program


Disinfection of Final Effluent


Odor Control


maintain schedule with
planned

improvements

Levels of Service


Meet GWRS specification water requirements


Provide up to 104
mgd

to GWRS


100% compliance with industrial
pretreatment


requirements


Meet secondary treatment levels by 2012


Contain sewer spills within 5 hours


Recycle more than 95% of
Biosolids


Workplace Environment

Goals


Ongoing Leadership Development


Maintain a Safe Workplace

Levels of Service


Simplify succession management
process


Develop a leadership development
program


45 hour of training per year/employee


100% mandatory OSHA training requirements


Maintain industry average or lower for accidents


2.5 work days or less lost or away from work

A
sset
M
anagement Plan

is our long
-
range

planning document that
provides a framework to
understand a utility’s:


Inventory and condition of physical assets


Present and future demands for rehabilitation
and replacement


Estimated short
-

and long
-
term financial needs


Asset Management

Systems Summaries



Collections System



Preliminary Treatment



Primary Treatment



Secondary Treatment



Solids Handling



Utilities



Central Power Generation System



Ocean Outfall


Long
-
term Sustainability

2008

2020

2040

2060

2080

2100



$12 B



$10 B



$8 B



$6 B



$4 B



$2 B



$0 B

$800 M



$400 M






$200 M





$0 M






$600 M





Cost

Asset

Value

Average Expenditure

$411 Million per year

Operations / Maintenance / Overhead

CIP

Predicted Future CIP


OCSD

Adequate Future
Revenue

Annual CIP Budget

Validation Process

OCSD
Resources

Cash Flow

Program

Rates

Risks &
Impacts to
OCSD

New
Information
(Strategic Plan)

Analysis

2 Year

Budget

Revised

CIP

$0 M
$100 M
$200 M
$300 M
$400 M
05-06
07-08
09-10
11-12
13-14
15-16
17-18
19-20
Projected CIP Budget

Fiscal Year

Current Budget

Past (spent)

Budgeted Projects

Future

Rates will continue to increase

$244

$360

$446

10%

9%

10%

7%

5%

0%
5%
10%
15%
$0
$100
$200
$300
$400
$500
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
SFR

Rate of Increase

Increase

Comparison of SFR Rates (July 2010)

$0
$100
$200
$300
$400
$500
$600
$700
Comparison Agencies

$141

$244

$613

LACSD

IRWD

OCSD

Oro Loma

Fresno

Sacramento

East Bay MUD

Union

Central Contra Costa

Dublin

City of LA

Vallejo

San Francisco

San Diego

Dollars per Year

Expenditures
:

FY
11
-
12


Operating
($1,993 mg)

$155
M
(38%)


CIP

$
129
M (
32%)


Debt
Service

$
92
M (
23%)


Other Agency

$ 30 M ( 7%)



Total
Expenditures

$406
M

Revenues
:

FY
11
-
12



Fees and Charges

$267
M
(72%)


General Income

$


75
M
(20%)


Other / Interagency

$
30
M

(
8%)


Debt Financing Proceeds

$


0
M
( 0%)



Total
Revenues

$372
M


FY 11
-
12 Adopted Budget

Key Operating
E
xpenses


Transportation


More
biosolids

result in an increase

in hauling costs


Chemicals


Decrease in usage, but increases in unit costs


Energy


Usage exceeds generation


unit costs
continue to increase


Labor


Although staffing is flat, labor costs will increase

Construction Projects

Start

Finish

1.
Plant No. 1


FV

2007

Fall 2011

2.
Plant No. 2


HB

2005

Spring 2012

3.
Bitter Point PS

Summer

2009

Spring 2012

4.
Rocky Point PS

Dec 2009

Fall 2011

5.
Dover Trunk Sewer

Spring 2011 Winter 2013

6.
Balboa Trunk Sewer

Fall 2011

Summer 2013

7.
Newport Force Main Fall 2012 Spring 2013






OCSD

Current

Challenges

Workforce Development


Simplified Succession Planning


Leadership Academy


Coaching / Mentoring


Job Shadow / Job Rotation


Webinars and Brown Bag Learning


Talent Exchange Program


Completed


53 linear miles


Santa Ana, Anaheim, Orange


Irvine Ranch Water District


Costa Mesa Sanitary District

Current


201 linear miles


Tustin, Orange, Newport Beach

Future


Huntington Beach, Fullerton,
Santa Ana


Transfer Local Sewers

Energy Sustainability


Utilize renewable fuels


Fuel cell demonstration project

with hydrogen fueling station


Biosolids

Management


27 trucks / day = 246,000
tons / year


EnerTech Rialto Project


Landfilling is a lower cost
option


Beneficial reuse is desirable



Currently sending
90
-
96
mgd

to OCWD


Storage for low flow periods


Not enough sewage


Groundwater Replenishment
System

Healthy Beaches,

Clean Ocean


Full
secondary
treatment

by 2012


Disinfection and
declorination

continues

for now


Reevaluate
no charge

Urban Runoff Program


OCSD

Staying Connected

Benefits of Social Media


Be more transparent


Better engage the public


Identify stakeholder networks


Quicker response time

@

OCSanitationDistrict

@OCSD_PIO

on Channel 2OCSD

www.OCSD.com

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-
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PLANETBID

All job application must be received

Online thru
NEOGOV

Over 2,000 visitors this year!


1,066,000

people over 18 years of age

are on






in our service area!

Example:

OC Grand Jury

Grand Jury posts report on

“Special District Compensation”


Within 1 hour we responded with
message points on Twitter, Facebook,
Posterous,
www.ocsd.com

and
MyOCSD



Immediate Response

Direct Response

to the Public


Provide Access

to Information

It puts a human face
on government


It’s fast!


It’s where the
conversation is
happening!


Social Media

Key

Initiatives

Infrastructure

Workforce Housing

Workforce Development

Economic Development

Nick Arhontes, P.E.

Director, FSSD

(714) 593
-
7210

narhontes@ocsd.com

Thank You! Questions?