RISK MANAGEMENT OF WASTEWATER PUMP STATIONS AND INTERCEPTORS
The East Bay Municipal Utility District (District) intercepts, treats, and discharges wastewater for 600,000 customers within an 83-square mile service area on the east side of the San Francisco Bay. The District owns and operates 14 interceptor pump stations (0.5 to 55 mgd capacity), 27 miles of forcemains and interceptors (12 to 108-inches in diameter), 3 wet weather facilities (51 to 158 mgd capacity), and a main wastewater treatment plant (average dry weather flow of 80 mgd, dry weather capacity of 120 mgd and a peak wet weather capacity of 415 mgd).
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2001-01-01
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