More than 400 qualified professionals work behind the scenes
to operate and maintain the massive Sacramento Regional
Wastewater Treatment Plant near Elk Grove and the 169 miles of
large interceptor pipes that convey wastewater from sewage
collection systems throughout the Sacramento region.
Regional San employs a wide range of professionals, including
engineers, plant operators, laboratory analysts, environmental
specialists, electricians, and administrative staff. Our highly
trained team is working every day to protect public health and
“Our job is to sample and analyze wastewater before, during, and
after treatment. Data generated by our laboratory staff is
used by plant operators and engineers to effectively monitor
the performance of our treatment plant.”
“Our Bufferlands team is comprised of some amazingly talented and
hard-working individuals. They’re biologists that drive tractors.
They’re botanists that operate chain saws. They’re
ecologists, entomologists, arborists, wetland scientists, and
they’re range managers. On any given day, you’ll find the
different individuals on our staff engage in a whole host of
activities to restore habitat, manage habitat, and basically just
care for our wildlife populations.”
“Every decision we make is a balance between the people, the
cost, and the environment. We provide a very important service
for the community, and we’re all very proud that we’re able to
provide that service.”
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