The proposed project consists of a variety of modifications to the existing Carmel Area Wastewater District wastewater treatment plant so that it will retain its capability to reliably function to meet the conditions of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to discharge wastewater. The Project does not expand the capacity of the Plant to treatment wastewater and does not change the processes used to treat wastewater. Therefore the Project will not change the quantity or quality of the effluent from the Plant. The Project primarily improves the condition and safety of the existing processes and adds redundant processes to improve the reliability of the Plant.
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