66-Inch Trunk Sewer Rehabilitation Project: Kaiser Road to Soscol Water Recycling Facility (CIP 19701)
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Napa Sanitation District
Present Land Use
City: Agriculture, Industrial, Public/Quasi Public School and Health Facilities District. County: Agriculture, Industrial, Napa Pipe Mixed -Use Residential Waterfront and Mixed Use Industrial/Business Park, Public Lands
The project would rehabilitated approx 6,935 linear feet of 66-inch diameter trunk sewer pipeline using a trenchless rehabilitation lining system. To conducted the sewer rehabilitation work, installation of a temporary sewer bypass system would be necessary. The temporary bypass pipelines would be installed above-ground at roadway and driveway crossings and through intersections where they would be temporarily shallow buried. There are several options for the placement of the bypass pipelines; the IS/MND evaluates the potential environmental impacts of all options, however the preferred option is Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP) using Bypass Alternative 2 for crossing of the Bedford Slough.
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