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Sewage Overflow Contained in Stanton

Aug 29 2019

Sewage Overflow Contained in Stanton

Stanton, CA – On August 29, 2019, the City of Stanton was notified of a sewage overflow at Dale Avenue and Monroe Avenue. The overflow was caused by a grease blockage in an unidentified line that was tied into the City’s sewer system. The line has been cleaned and repaired. The ownership of the line has not yet been determined.  

Upon notification, the City's Public Works Department and on-call sewer cleaning contractor responded immediately. The overflow entered a catch basin inlet on Dale Avenue and flowed west through the storm drain system discharging into the open-air storm drain channel. The overflow was contained within the drainage channel before it even reached Katella Avenue. 

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For more information please contact Christopher Quan Le at (714) 890-4264 or by email at cquanle@ci.stanton.ca.us

Attached files:

Image: Map showing how where the sewage spill start and where it was stopped.

Image: Map showing how where the sewage spill start and where it was stopped.

 

Image: Stanton Public Works Staff cleaning sewage line.

Image: Stanton Public Works Staff cleaning sewage line.

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