SCH Number 2018062006
- Emergency Outfall Improvements Project
- The existing emergency outfall was constructed in the 1960s and under certain conditions, USC is permitted to discharge treated effluent via the outfall to the creek during wet weather. The outfall flap gate is submerged below water during high tides and partially exposed during low tides. This condition brings in sediment and promotes vegetative growth which impede operation of the flap gate and creates a maintenance issue. A new outfall structure is proposed at the same location to address these issues.
2 documents in project
|NOD||Union Sanitary District||Emergency Outfall Improvements Project|
|MND||Union Sanitary District||Emergency Outfall Improvements Project|
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