Note: Reference SCH# 2010048054
The proposed project is the consolidation of Quail Valley Water District's Eastside and Westside Water Systems. The project will include the construction of a 48,000 gal/day groundwater treatment plan for the removal of iron and manganese, a combined 120,000 gallon finished water storage tanks (3 tanks), equipping to a newly drilled well, and 43,400 linear feet of water transmission lines. In addition to the construction of facilities required for the water system consolidation, the project also includes the construction of pressure control stations, upgrading existing Montclaire well, provision of standby power and SCADA system. The new QVWD facilities will also comply with all CDPH drinking water criteria, improve water system performance and reliability, and provide significant additional operational flexibility.
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