SCH Number 2006042131
- South County Regional Wastewater Authority Pipeline
- The South County Regional Wastewater Authority (SCRWA) installed a 20-inch diameter pipeline that extends from the SCRWA wastewater treatment plant 12,058 feet northwest through upland terrain to the Pajaro River. The purpose of the pipeline is to transport tertiary treated effluent from the treatment plant to irrigate farms, then to discharge surplus treated wastewater during moderately high winter flows to the Pajaro River in Santa Clara County. To complete the project, the SCRWA proposes to install an outfall structure and two monitoring stations on the northwestern bank of the Pajaro River southeast of Gilroy, approximately 875 feet upstream of the Highway 25 Bridge, and 375 feet upstream from the Union Pacific Railroad tracks crossing over the Pajaro River.
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