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Main Title Palmer Lake Sanitation District, Palmer Lake, Colorado.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colo. Region VIII.
Year Published 1974
Report Number EPA-C-080306;
Stock Number PB-255 163
Additional Subjects Sewage treatment ; Environmental impact statement-final ; Colorado ; Sewers ; Palmer Lake ; Hydrology ; Projects ; Facilities ; Water quality management ; Public relations ; Participative management ; Opinions ; Lagoons(Ponds) ; Chlorination ; Discharge ; Sewage treatment plants ; Alternatives
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NTIS  PB-255 163 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
The proposed project consists of an interceptor sewer and a wastewater treatment facility with a capacity of 0.84 mgd to serve the combined needs of the Palmer Lake and Monument Sanitation Districts and the Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District. A total of approximately 21,000 feet of interceptor has been constructed, consisting of about 12,600 feet of 12-inch diameter pipe and 8,900 feet of 10-inch diameter pipe. The proposed treatment facility would consist of two aerated lagoons followed by a polishing pond and a chlorination facility located on the east bank of Monument Creek at the site of the existing lagoon belonging to the Monument Sanitation District. Effluent would be discharged to Monument Creek which flows through the project area. The effluent discharged to Monument Creek would be improved in quality and would meet current water quality standards. Future population growth in the area would be assured of adequate sewage treatment service. About 15 acres of land utilized for the treatment facility would be committed for the life of the project. The project will make possible a greater density of urban development, but in general conformance with local land use planning and zoning.