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The District receives revenues from four primary sources: Sewer service charges, capacity fees, minor operating revenues such as permits, inspections and outside work performed in cooperation with local municipalities, and interest earnings on reserve funds.

Sewer Service Charges
Revenues to operate the District are collected annually from residents and businesses that are connected to the sanitary sewer system. State law requires the District ot establish rates sufficient to cover operating expenses, including interest on debts, and expenses necessary for the replacement or construction of facilities. 

Capacity Fees
The purpose of Capacity Charges is to provide revenue to recover costs for existing and future facilities that are of proportional benefit to the person or property being charged. 
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How Sewer Service Charges Are Calculated
The following information explains how annual Sewer Service Charges are calculated and what steps businesses can take to minimize the charges.
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5072 Benson Road

Union City, CA 94587-2508

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