YLWD proposes to construct a new pumping station with an ultimate capacity of 13,000 gpm, install facilities for onsite chlorine generation to provide increased chlorine residual in the distribution system, convert the Fairmont Reservoir from imported water to groundwater storage, meet fire suppression capacity and water service demand in the District's developing northern and eastern areas, and improve system reliability.
The Project would also include associated on site yard piping, demolition of the existing Fairmont Pumping Station once the new facility is in operation, and construction of 1,000 feet of pipeline in Fairmont Boulevard.
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