The Town proposes to meet its wastewater reuse permit requirements and offset Napa River water and groundwater use for agricultural Irrigation by expanding its existing recycled water system to accommodate additional recycled water users. The project includes three phases and would include installation of 20,000 linear feet of 8-inch diameter pipeline, 1,190 linear feet of new 6-inch diameter pipeline, new valves and turnouts for new recycled water customers, and equipment upgrades at the Joint Treatment Plant and the Recycled Water Pump Station to distribute disinfected tertiary recycled water to existing vineyard Irrigation ponds east of the Town of Yountville. Existing agricultural users would use recycled water for irrigation when recycled water is available.
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