Sewage Clean Up (cleanup), Water Clean Up, Toilet Backup

Water Clean Up Sewage Cleanup: California

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Water Clean Up, Sewage Cleanup: If you have a SANITARY SEWER MAIN EMERGENCY (located under the street) such as sanitary sewer overflow, sewer blockages, and sewer backup, try contacting your city or county Sewer Line Maintenance Hotline or Sewer Damage Emergency Line. Most of them are answered 24-7.

 

Water Clean Up, Sewage Cleanup: If your sewage damage comes from the service line - the pipe connecting your home to the sewer main, it is your (homeowners) responsibility to make sure you are safe and repairs are made. Please contact your local plumber and a water damage mitigation company.

Water Cleanup, Flood Cleanup, California (CA):

Many homeowners and occupants will have to deal with a water clean up situation while in their home. Most times water that needs to be cleaned up will be the result of something small like a leaky pipe, or a small water spill. Sometimes, however, a water cleanup will be large. In these cases the result of the water on the floor is usually a hot water tank that has a leaking valve, or worse a busted water line in the house. In these cases, it is more than appropriate to hire a water cleanup company to help with you water cleanup. The water cleanup company listed on this page is a certified, professional water mitigation company. They are prepared and ready to aid you in your water cleanup.

Mailing address:

Governor Jerry Brown

c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173

Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone: (916) 445-2841

Fax: (916) 558-3160

 

Evelyn Rosefield, Administrator

Email: cowaemail@gmail.com

Contact the Governor's Office:

Kit Rosefield, Education Coordinator

Email: kit@septicguy.com

Telephone: 530-513-6658

Address:

COWA

P.O. Box 143

Chico, CA 95927-8047

web: www.cowa.org

To read more, click here:

http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/sso/

 

To file an environmental complaint, follow this link:

http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/database/CalEPA_Complaint/index.cfm

 

To report sanitary sewer overflow, please contact your local city or county authority.

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