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The City of Nashua, New Hampshire has applied for Clean Water State Revolving Loan Funds through the State of New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH-DES), in accordance with provisions of Charter Env-Wq 500 rules of the department. These rules prescribe procedures for the application process concerning the State Revolving Fund (SRF). This document will discuss the requirements of Part Env-Wq 508 of these rules, the environmental review.
The proposed project consists of upgrading (13) thirteen pump stations and (1) one sewer CSO pump station located at various sites throughout the City of Nashua. The construction is estimated to last 2 years with the most critical pumps being renovated first. The total construction costs are estimated at $7,400,000.
The pump stations move wastewater from a downhill location to an upstream sewer manhole where it can flow by gravity. The pump stations are located throughout the City. Some are small pump stations, consisting of a manhole with submersible pumps and others are larger consisting of a building with all pumps, valves, piping and controls enclosed. The following summarizes the upgrades proposed at each pump station:
The full document is available at, and comments may be addressed to, the following locations: William Keating, Nashua Wastewater Facility, 2 Sawmill Road, Nashua, NH 03060, and Tracy Wood, NHDES, Wastewater Engineering Bureau, P.O. Box 95, Concord, NH 03302-0095. The deadline for submitting comments is (30) thirty days from the date of this publication.
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