Phase 2B Recycled Water Tank Project Supplemental IS-MND
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
In November 2017, SCV Water adopted an IS-MND for the Phase 2B Recycled Water System Project (Original Project). In 2020, the original tank site was deemed unsuitable due to presence of a landslide and slope stability issues and SCV Water elected to relocate the proposed recycled water tank site to an alternate existing graded pad site approximately 200 feet southeast of the original tank site.
A Draft Supplemental IS-MND has been prepared to analyze the potential environmental impacts associated with the Modified Project, which involves the construction and operation of two 500,000-gallon recycled water tanks on a newly proposed graded pad site, and approximately 350 linear feet of water pipeline in the paved roadway needed to accommodate the new site.
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Water Facilities (Storage Tank/Pipeline)(Type Storage Tank, MGD N/A)
Water Tank/Pipeline Project
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