The project includes two components: 1) Granular Activated Carbon Treatment at Well 8, Well 9, and Well 10. This component will centralize TCP treatment at Wells 8, 9, and 10. Two trains and a 40,000 gallon backwash tank will be constructed at Well 8. Three trains and a 60,000 gallon backwash tank will be constructed at Well 9. Four trains and a 60,000 gallon backwash tank will be constructed at Well 10. 2) Water Transport from Well 7 and Well 10. Because physical space at Well 7 cannot accommodate GAC infrastructure, this component involves conveying raw ground water from Well 7 to Well 10 for TCP treatment. Approx 2,532 lf of 6-in pipeline will be installed below existing roads between Well 7 and Well 10. Existing water service will not be significantly impacted during construction.
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