Silverton : Wastewater system facility master plan

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Title: Silverton : Wastewater system facility master plan
Author: Silverton (Or.); HDR Engineering
Abstract: Over the past 10 years, the City of Silverton has implemented many improvements to provide quality service to ratepayers and protect the sensitive natural environment that contributes to the area’s scenic beauty. The City planned for and built a state-of-the-art treatment plant that supports beneficial reuse of effluent at the Oregon Garden site. Now, almost a decade after these improvements, the City faces new drivers. These drivers include: an expanding population in this scenic community which maintains a quaint rural character while being close to employment centers in Salem and Portland; new regulatory considerations, including a thermal load limit and waste load allocations included in the pending Molalla-Pudding Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL); I/I contributions to the wastewater collection system, reducing available capacity for growth; limited capacity for biosolids treatment and storage, and limited options for biosolids final disposal. This Wastewater Facility Master Plan addresses these drivers and balances short- and long-term needs to effectively meet treatment requirements and support future growth while minimizing the impact on ratepayers. [From the Plan]
Description: 313 pp. Bookmarks supplied by UO. Includes maps and figures. Published February, 2007. Captured March 19, 2008.
Date: 2007-02

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