A new force main sewer to divert wastewater from existing sewers in the North Hollywood area, and convey that wastewater to the west for treatment at the Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant (DCTWRP). The proposed project would include constructing a force main sewer and six diversion structures (to divert wastewater from existing sewers), one junction structure (to connect the force main to an existing sewer that connects with the DCTWRP), and six pumping stations (to pump the diverted wastewater through the force main to DCTWRP). The proposed project would also include ancillary components, such as access structures, electrical vaults, and control boxes.
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