The proposed project would construct a new chloramination facility within the LADWP-owned 99th Street Wells Pumping Station complex and would include all necessary equipment and structures needed to facilitate on-site sodium hypochlorite generation, ammoniation, injection, and monitoring, including two 2,750 gallon LAS storage tanks. The new appurtenances would enable chloramination of groundwater pumped by the 99th Street Wells Pumping Station. The proposed project would include construction of the chloramination station and associated piping in an undeveloped, grassy area in the southeast corner of the project site. Construction of the proposed project is anticipated to begin in spring 2016 and take approximately 2 years to complete, concluding in spring/summer 2018.
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