HM Clause seeks to obtain an amendment to their water supply permit for an existing public water system at their seed research facility in unincorporated Yolo County, located south ofthe City of Davis. The project proposes to install a reverse osmosis system with pre and post treatment with an injection system for disinfection and two 2,500-gallon storage tanks. Proposed treatment facilities include installation of a Stenner injection system with an anti-Sealant Pretreat Plus Y2K sediment caiiridge for pre-filtration, a Hydronix Triton Reverse Osmosis system with a pH adjustment flow filter, and a Stenner injection system with a disinfection sodium hypochlorite solution that will allow water to flow into the storage tanks and pass through a 60 gpm Goulds booster pump. The subject parcel is approximately 47.21 acres and is zoned Agricultural Intensive (A-N). The research facility and parking areas comprise approximately 6.5 acres and the remainder of the parcel is devoted to agricultural test fields for seed research.
Pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 116275, Harris Moran Seed Company is classified as a non-transient noncommunity water system. Public Water System . A non-transient noncommunity water system is defined in the Health and Safety Code as a "noncommunity water system that regularly serves at least 25 of the same persons over six months per year.''