The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) is a Responsible Agency for the Project. The State Water Board's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program is financing the Project. The Project includes construction of new solids treatment, odor control, energy recovery, and associated facilities at the existing Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant (SEP). Replacement of the outdated existing solids treatment facilities with more reliable, efficient, and modern technologies and facilities. The Project will replace the existing digesters with new digesters and other new facilities that would produce higher-quality biosolids, capture and treat odors more effectively, and maximize digester gas utilization and energy recovery for the production of heat, steam, and electrical power. In addition, the Project intends to locate the digesters farther away from existing residences and make visual improvements in and around the SEP. The demolition of about 136,000 square feet of building area to accommodate proposed facilities. Buildings to be demolished would include structures at the Project site and at a potential staging site. In addition, underground structures would be removed at the Asphalt Plant site.