The SWRCB is the lead agency. The SWRCB's Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program is providing funds for the project. The TLC Child and Family Services propose to install an arsenic mitigation system for the school's drinking water. Arsenic Mitigation will be accomplished using a modular arsenic adsorption system with 4 21x62 inch vessels which will be house in the current pump house. The project includes installation of approximately 200 feet of pipeline from the pump house to the French drain where backwash will be discharged into an orchard.
The project consists of additions to existing building structures within the existing confines of the properties and will not result in an increase of the floor area of the structure before the addition. In addition, the construction of new distribution lines is less than 16 inches in diameter and no greater than one mile in length. Pursuant to CDFW Code, Section 711.4(d)(1), the CDFW environmental review filing fees do not apply.