City of Colusa proposes several upgrades to their existing state-of-the art wastewater treatment plan to meet Clean Water Act requirements in their NPDES permit including: collection system improvements of pipelines within the City limits, upgrades to treatment process using the Bio-Lac patented denitrification process to remove nitrogen from wastewater; minor improvements to existing sludge drying beds to improve drainage, conversion of abandoned treatment ponds to new storage ponds for reclaimed wastewater and new pipeline to convey tertiary treated wastewater to nearby agricultural fields for seasonal reuse. Project anticipates funding through SWRCB SRF program.
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