Civil and Environmental Engineering
Preparation of Construction Documents
- Title Sheet and vicinity Map
- General Notes & Symbols
- Overall Site Plan
- Grading Plan
- Erosion Control Plan
- Erosions Control Details
- Storage Tank
- Storage Tank and Mechanical Details
- Pipework Connection Plan
- Pipework Details
- Electrical Control Plan
- Control and PLC I/O List
- Single Line Electrical Diagram
- Electrical Symbol Legend
Specifications will be written to accommodate the construction plans.
A mini report in the form of a Storm Water Pollution Plan (SWAPP) shall be prepared for the use of contractors.
Sewer Treatment Plant: Permit and Form 200
The permitting and installation inspection of the wastewater treatment plant shall be carried out by the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB). Sewage treatment and disposal approval are generally done by the local health department. With treatment plants that have regular operation and maintenance personnel and groundwater monitoring, the local health departments allow RWQCB to be the governing authority and responsible for permit approval and reporting.
The All Inclusive Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is an Intermittent Cycle Extended Aeration Activated Sludge System with Tertiary Treatment (ICEAAS). The unit processes utilized in the plant are described below:
- The influent flow equalization and pumping system
- Activated Sludge Aeration System
- Anoxic de-nitrification system
- Secondary Clarification
- Effluent Multi-Media Filtration System
- Effluent Disinfection System
- Effluent pumping system
- All Inclusive TMComputerized Controller with remote monitoring
- Solids Stabilization (Aerobic Digestion)
- Electrical Equipment and Controls
- Control Building
All treatment plants are installed underground with the exception of the effluent filters
There are two distinct advantages in utilizing the effluent disposal method underground. These are as follows:
- Subsurface irrigation provides for a metered well-dispersed application of water over a large area at intermittent pulsing rates. Disposal is achieved by two methods; a.) percolation through soil, and b.) Evapo-Transpiration (ETo). Effluent water is applied to selected areas (zones) a maximum of a few minutes per hour spread over and twenty-four hour period. The application methodology allows for Evapo-Transpiration and percolation time in between pulsing periods.
- Subsurface irrigation discharges high quality treated effluent below the ground surface. This precludes the chance of “public contact” with the effluent. Although the effluent meets California Title 22 Requirements for Landscape Irrigation, the subsurface disposal application offers and additional safeguard for the protection of Public Health.
In order to obtain Waste Discharge Requirements and Permit the Wastewater Treatment Plant and Effluent Disposal facilities, prepare a complete “Report and Waste Discharge” per the State Water Resources Control Board Guidelines in addition to Application Form 200.
Changes to Report and Hearings
Respond to RWQCB concerns and adjust and refine the design and plans to accommodate approval. A representative of All Inclusive Water/Wastewater Solutions Inc. will attend the Board hearing for presentation of the Report and to answer any questions that may result.
Call us for a no-obligation consultation on your project. We are here to help and we are happy to answer your questions.