The Mokelumne Hill Sanitary District is in the process of obtaining a SWRCB CWSRF grant to replace the wastewater system and associated facilities. The proposed improvements will consist of: (1) eliminating two sanitary sewer lift stations and replacing with an 8” diameter open-cut trench gravity main system; (2) lining the two existing treatment plant lagoons with approximately 30,000 SF of synthetic material and a reinforced concrete cap; (3) replacing approximately 1,270 LF of 4” and 6” diameter sewer main (open cut trench) at Easy Bird Road, Garden Lane and Maretta Lane; (4) constructing a new office and lab facility (approximately 768 SF); and (5) installing a fully automated sanitary sewer spray field system.
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California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Sacramento Region 5 (RWQCB), California Department of Transportation, District 10 (DOT)
Waste Treatment:Sewer (upgrades, no change to capacity)(MGD 0.15)
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