The City of Brentwood is proposing to construct a new recycled water pipeline, two recycled water storage tanks, and additional pumps and valves for these facilities. The pipeline route is approximately 17,500 feet long and the storage tanks would have a total capacity of about 4 million gallons. The proposed facilities will support the increase use of about 1750 acre feet per year of Title 22 tertiary recycled water for landscape irrigation to existing potable and non-potable water users.
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