The Regional Wastewater Control Facility was constructed over 60 years ago, with some processes reconstructed within the last 20 years. Much equipment and infrastructure have outlived their useful life. A plant upgrade is needed to improve the treatment process and meet new State discharge requirements.
A Capital Improvement and Energy Management Plan has been developed to:
Estimated project cost is $150-$170 million and is in the planning stages. Funding for the Plan was included in the 2010 Wastewater Rate Study and the approved phased rate increases.
For rehabilitation of 100 sanitary sewer maintenance holes throughout the City due to corrosion and structural deficiencies.
To evaluate the various sanitary sewer force mains at river crossings throughout the City, determine the condition of the pipelines, and identify areas which require rehabilitation due to corrosion and structural deficiencies.
To rehabilitate the bar racks and supporting steel beams from corrosion and structural deficiencies.
To rehabilitate existing sewer lines deteriorating or inadequately sized.
Construction includes the replacement of approximately 3,100 linear feet of 6-inch sewer pipe and 250 linear feet of 8-inch sewer pipe throughout the City along:
For questions on any MUD projects, please Contact Us.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 2/3/2016