The Surface Water Treatment Facility (SWTF) will include a raw water pump station near the Woodbridge Irrigation District (WID) Canal that would pump water from the WID intake structure on the Mokelumne River that is fitted with a 36 inch pipe, so a 30 inch raw water pipeline to the SWTF. From the SWTF, a treated water pipeline will deliver water to the City of Lodi's existing water distribution system. The design capacity of the SWTF will be 8 mgd with the ability to produce 10 mgd. The SWTF is designed as a membrane treatment plant. The City's water system is currently supplied by 27 groundwater wells that will have chlorination facilities added to each well. The treated surface water supply will account for about 1/3 of the total water supply delivery; groundwater will make up the remainder of the delivery.
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