The Extended Aeration Project Alternative for the Water Recycling Facility includes a combination of biological and Physical processes to remove organic material and toxins from the wastewater. Specifically, it includes improvements at the Lakeville Highway site designed to produce tertiary recycled water, an increase in permitted discharge capacity based on average dry weather flow, and increase in biosolids production, demolition of the Hopper Street Plant, a trail to Shollenberger Park, and public access and educational facilities (refer to Figure 2, Location). A more detailed project description is included in Appendix A, Executive Summary of the Project Report dated November 2000.
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