The Proposed Project is to replace the City’s existing WWTP headworks/ponds treatment system and construct a 2.0 mgd maximum month secondary wastewater treatment plant that meets regulatory requirements and planned area growth, as well as construct a 1.8 mgd average day tertiary recycled water treatment plant and approximately 5.3-mile pipeline distribution system that will help offset approximately 1,000 acre-feet per year of potable and agricultural water use in the community. A new access road to the WWTP will also be designed as the existing access road is currently in a farmer’s field and has limited to no access to the plant during winter months and flooding events. Both the secondary and tertiary treatment plants would be located within the existing treatment plant boundary. The tertiary recycled water treatment and distribution system is planned to serve agricultural and landscape irrigation users, as well as commercial/process uses.
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Waste Treatment:Recycling (WWTP Upgrades and Recycled Water Project)(MGD 2.0)
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