What Types of Projects Are Reviewed & Approved by the Water & Wastewater Treatment Program?
The following types of projects are reviewed and approved by the Water and Wastewater Treatment Program.
The Water and Wastewater Treatment Program does not review or approve the following types of projects unless they are an integral part of a treatment facility or system:
Reclaimed water distribution system pipelines and booster pump stations located in the public right-of-way.
Wastewater collection and force main pipelines located in the public right-of-way, sewage pump and lift stations, air/vacuum relief stations and sewer flow control or diversion structures.
Water distribution system pipelines located in the public right-of-way, pressure reducing valve stations, ground water wells, storage tanks, booster pump stations and facilities that include only disinfection treatment.
These projects are reviewed and approved by the MCESD's Subdivision Infrastructure and Planning Program.
The Water and Wastewater Treatment Program also reviews and approves projects that do not involve the construction of or physical modification to a facility or system. This class of projects includes Treatment Plans, Blending Plans, Disinfection Plans, Rerating Plans, Master Plans, Pilot Testing Plans, Validation Testing Plans, Operations and Maintenance Plans, Noise Abatement Plans, Odor Control Plans, Remediation Plans, Consent Agreement Plans, Experimental Project Plans and MAG 208 Certifications.