The proposed project would include the construction of a glass lined bolted steel tank that stores liquid discharge (or "centrate") from the sludge dewatering facilities. The tank would be approximately 62 feet in diameter and approximately 29 feet in height with a capacity of approximately 500,000 gallons and located just south of the existing centrate tanks. The existing 8-inch centrate pipe (cement mortar lined ductile iron) will also be rehabilitated in place. The project is expected to take approximately six months to construction the tank and rehabilitate the pipeline.
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