The existing un-lined central sludge drying beds would be replaced with 14 concrete-lined beds at the same location. Each new sludge bed would be 32 feet wide and 162 feet long. A below-grade, concrete-lined channel would be provided in the center of each sludge bed to capture decanted wastewater draining from the wet sludge. A 6 inch diameter perforated polyvinyl chloride pipe would be placed in the drain channel of each sludge bed and backfilled with pea gravel. Drained and decanted wastewater from each of the 14 sludge drying beds would be collected in a common manifold and drained by gravity to a small lift station to transport the wastewater to the Plant inlet (head-works) for treatment.
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