SEJPA proposes several recycled water pipelines extensions to serve existing land uses and relocations resulting from the development of the Caltrans North Coast Corridor Project as well as minor upgrades to SEWRF facilities. The recycled water pipeline extensions within Encinitas Ranch and Requeza Street would allow for conversion of several existing residential subdivisions and recreational trails to recycled water use. The recycled water relocations within Carol View Drive and Manchester Avenue would occur in response to the Caltrans North Coast Corridor (NCC) Project; both components are located within Caltrans ROW and within previously analyzed impact areas for the Caltrans NCC Project EIR/EIS. SEWRF facilities upgrades would include tertiary system upgrades and water reuse storage expansion.
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