The Linda County Water District (District's) proposed project includes wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) expansion and upgrade, pipeline enlargement, and outfall for treatment and discharge of treated municipal wastewater into the Feather River, and the related discontinuance and abandonment of existing disposal ponds. This project is necessary to meet water quality standards, protect groundwater, and meet projected increase in discharges to the District's treatment plant. Beneficiaries of the project include residents within the District, groundwater users in the area, and users of the beneficial uses of the Feather River. The District owns and operates a wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal system, and provides sewerage service to approximately 10,000 people through about 3,000 connections in the unincorporated area of Linda in Yuba County. The District's WWTP is located on the east bank of the Feather River, about 3 miles south of the City of Marysville. The original plant was constructed in 1960; significant plant upgrades were completed in 1996 and 2002. The proposed project would upgrade and expand wastewater treatment capacity at the District's WWTP to 5.0 million gallons per day (MGD) from its current capacity of 1.8 MGD average dry weather flow (ADWF). In addition to WWTP improvements, the proposed project would include the enlargement of a portion of an existing pipeline and construction of an outfall to discharge treated wastewater to the Feather River. The proposed project is the construction, installation, operation, and maintenance of these facilities and is evaluated in a DEIR.
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