The purpose of this project is to remove harmful levels of TCP from the City's water supply and ultimately eliminate public exposure to TCP in drinking water. The City has proposed to construct 1,2,3-trichloropropane treatment systems using Granular Activated Carbon treatment at six existing wells: Well 11, Well 17, Well 34, Well 35, Well 37, and Well 38. The project will require that additional property be obtained to accommodate backwash tanks at three of the well sites. In addition, a seventh well, Well 44, could require GAC treatment in the future, and existing electrical equipment currently staged at Well 43 could be migrated to Well 44 to facilitate future GAC treatment. Finally, a 50,000-gallon GAC backwash tank will be installed at Well 34 to facilitate GAC treatment.
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