ESC Monitored Program

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STEP ONE: Review Eligibility Checklist

To be eligible for the Extra Strength Charge Monitored Program at least one of the following must apply to your business:

Eligibility Checklist - At least one must apply

    • Non-residential sewer customer with discharge over 3000 mg/L BOD
    • Have variable discharge of either volume or strength
    • Pretreatment practices or equipment to reduce BOD and/or TSS
    • Business is not listed in the ESC Category Table

If one or more of the eligibility items listed above applies to your business, you are required to complete steps 2 and 3 (below) before acceptance into the ESC Monitored Program.

STEP TWO:  Complete ESC Monitored Program Application

  1. ESC Monitored Program Application - PDF Fillable Form 
    You may complete this form on your computer and save a copy to your files.
  2. Print and sign your completed application
  3. Submit your application electronically or by mail to the following:
  • Email:
  • US Mail:
    City of Bend, IPP Division
    Attn:  ESC Monitored Program
    62975 Boyd Acres Road
    Bend, OR 97701

STEP THREE:  Accessible Sampling Location Approval 

When your sampling location is ready for inspection, contact Kelly Graham at (541) 322-6348 to schedule an appointment for an onsite inspection. Once your sampling location is approved, work with the program manager to complete enrollment into the monitoring program:

  • Sign and submit monitoring agreement
  • Submit monitor reports monthly

If you have questions during any step of this process, please contact the program manager at (541) 323-8540 or  

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