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The proposed project/action would consist of 8.6-miles of recycled water pipeline ranging in size from 8- to 24-inches to provide 1,472 afy of recycled water from the city's existing Ukiah WWTP for agricultural and urban irrigation within the Ukiah Valley. The city is proposing to increase the size of the storage facility from 3 MGD to 66 MGD to make more efficient use of the 1,472 acre-feet per year of tertiary treated water rather than discharging that water into the Russian River as is consistent with the August 2015 Wastewater Order WW0082 from the SWRCB. The expanded storage facility will be located on the same 43-acre parcel, which adjacent to the Ukiah WWTP and is owned by the city.
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Water Facilities (Type Water Recycling, MGD 1.4), Other (Recycled Water Project)
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