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Proposed Pipeline Alignment & Site Plan Carmel Valley Manor Sewer
August 2020Carmel Valley Manor Sewer Main Extension
The project would extend sewer service to the existing Carmel Valley Manor senior living facility. The project includes the installation and operation of approximately 9,900 linear feet (LF) of 8-inch diameter polyvinyl chloride (PVC) gravity sewer main, approximately 900 LF of 6-inch diameter force main, concrete manholes, and a 250 gallon per minute wastewater pump station. From the proposed gravity-fed sewer, wastewater would be pumped by the proposed pump station into the proposed force main, discharging to the existing collection system at the west abutment of the County Bridge 500 crossing over the Carmel River on Valley Greens Drive. Wastewater would be conveyed through the existing collection system to the CAWD Water Pollution Control Plant. The wastewater pump station would be a small (approximately 1,600 square feet) fully developed municipal site, equipped with a back-up generator; new electrical service; wet well with submersible wastewater pumps; pipes, valves, etc.; electrical and communications facilities; pumps control unit; and surface improvements. These pumps would be placed underground, submerged in a wet well. A 10-foot access driveway to the pump station would be located between two existing trees.
Carmel Valley Sewer Extension ISMND_Aug2020-Rincon Consultants.pdf



 March 2020 WWTP Elec/Mech Rehab and Sludge Holding Tank Replacement Project
Carmel Area Wastewater District (CAWD) proposes to conduct rehabilitation of several areas of the wastewater treatment plant to maintain the facilities in good operating condition. The project involves replacement of select electrical and mechanical equipment with in-kind or substantially similar equipment. The new equipment will be installed to serve the existing Influent Pump Station, Headworks, Chlorination Building, and Effluent Pump Station. Not all equipment in these areas is being replaced, and no changes are being made to the existing building structures. The project also includes demolition of three existing sludge tanks and a small storage building, and the installation of one new sludge tank in the location of one demolished tank. The new tank storage capacity will be about 75,000 gallons. The three sludge tanks being demolished are about 70,000 gallons, 188,000 gallons, and 70,000 gallons respectively. Detailed design plans and specifications can be obtained by emailing with a request for design documents.
Notice of Intent - Elec-Mech Rehab and Sludge Holding Tank Project.pdfDRAFT ElecMech Rehab and Sludge Holding Tank Project - CEQA IS_MND.pdf


 October 2018 Hatton Canyon Sewer Repair/Replacement Project
Upgrade of an existing Sewer Line in Hatton Canyon. The project involves trenchless construction (pipe bursting) of an existing 8" vitrified clay pipe with a 10" high density polyethylene pipe to improve reliability of the pipeline which is in an area prone to erosion from heavy rainstorms. 



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