The Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water District (RLECWD) plans to construct a hexavalent chromium treatment system at their existing Well 10 site, replace well pump to produce approx. 1,000 gpm, replace diesel generator with a natural gas generator, remove existing hydro pneumatic tank, and construct a 64-sq. ft. chemical building to house chlorine for disinfection. The well site will include a pump to waste with an air gap structure that discharges into the roadside ditch.
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