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Foul Air Line Rehabilitation to Reduce Future Odors
Expect About a Month of Odors During Construction
|The deteriorated inside of the corrugated plastic foul air line pipe that is being replaced.|
Dublin San Ramon Services District needs to replace the corrugated plastic, foul air pipe that runs from the center of the Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility and along I-680 in Pleasanton. A fiberglass-reinforced pipe will replace the 18-year-old pipe that has deteriorated beyond repair.
“While under construction for about a month, we won’t be able to scrub the foul air coming from the wastewater treatment plant, so we apologize in advance to our neighbors,” says project engineer Rudy Portugal. “However, once construction is completed, we will be able to reduce future odors.”
Construction begins mid-April and is expected to last about a month and a half. Total estimated cost of the project is $2.2 million. Read the full story.
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