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East Bay Municipal Utility District fined $6,000 by state board for chlorine violation

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Posted: Thursday, March 17, 2011 4:49 pm

A state water agency levied thousands of dollars in penalties against East Bay Municipal Utility District on Wednesday morning.

The Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board fined EBMUD $6,000 for twice having too much chlorine in backwash water that was discharged into an unlined pond that ultimately made its way from Pardee Reservoir to the Mokelumne River. The state agency is responsible for preserving and enhancing the quality of water resources in California.

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