OVSD investigating calcium deposits

Bill Warner, Ojai Valley News reporter
Calcium deposits are forming in some area sewer lines, and the Ojai Valley Sanitary District (OVSD) is trying to find out why. At its meeting March 23, the district approved a consulting fee of $16,170 to Oakridge Geoscience Inc., of Camarillo, to identify potential causes of pipeline scale in the vicinity of Ayers Avenue, near Topa Topa Elementary School.
"We're going to move forward with that and see if we can figure out where it's coming from," said OVSD general manager Jeff Palmer, who described the deposits as a white coating inside pipes in a few specific areas, the neighborhood around Ayers Avenue being one.

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