Wastewater Treatment Plant

Wastewater Treatment Plant Master Plan

A wastewater treatment plant is a complex network of processes that work together to clean wastewater. In order to be effective in protecting public health and water quality, the treatment plant has to meet the challenges of serving an increasing population while keeping costs down.

In April 2011, NapaSan completed a Wastewater Treatment Plant Master Plan (Master Plan) to ensure that the plant is ready to meet these challenges. The Master Plan, which covers the period through 2030, determines the capacity of existing facilities, estimates future wastewater loads and regulation impacts, and develops a recommended plan for upgrading existing facilities. Increasing recycled water production was also considered in the planning process.

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