Modernizing Today for Tomorrow’s Wastewater Challenges
Learn about the CIP
As a vital business and residential center, Silicon Valley requires a modern, state-of-the-art treatment plant to reliably clean its wastewater. The Facility is addressing this need through its Capital Improvement Program (CIP), rebuilding infrastructure worn from over 60 years of nonstop service, and updating treatment processes with exciting new technologies.
The CIP plans and carries out selected projects recommended by the 2013 Plant Master Plan, which envisions $2 billion in Facility investments over the next 30 years. Key CIP elements include:
- Infrastructure rehabilitation at all stages of the treatment process for greater efficiency and reliability.
- New, more efficient biosolids (sludge) dewatering and drying processes to better control odors and reduce the operational footprint.
- New methods of generating energy to sustainably power Facility operations.
Please view our CIP Upcoming Procurements document for a list of projects being solicited for design and construction.
- Monthly status reports provide information on projects, budget, and schedule
- Sign up to receive monthly CIP Status Reports by selecting "Environment" from the available lists under "News"
- Semiannual CIP status reports are presented to the San José City Council in public meetings.
- Budgets, including source and use of funds and project details and timelines
- Annual independent audit reports