Highway 49 Wastewater Capacity Improvement Project
The Highway 49 Wastewater Capacity Improvement Project includes the installation of approximately 22,400 lineal feet of wastewater force main pipeline between the existing force main outfall at the Highway 49/Edgewood Road intersection and the Mid-Western Placer Regional Pump Station on Joeger Road in unincorporated western Placer County. The 30-day public review period for this Mitigated Negative Declaration begins on September 11, 2023 and ends October 11, 2023. A copy of the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration is available for public review at the following locations:
- Placer County Department of Public Works, Environmental Engineering Division, at 3091 County Center Drive in Auburn
- Placer County Library, at 305 Nevada Street, Auburn
- Online as a pdf here .
Eastern Regional Materials Recover Facility Roof Repair
- Proposed upgrades may include repair of the damaged column to roof connection. The upgrades will allow work to be conducted in a safe manner and address damage that occurred to the structure.
- Work may be constructed during 2023.
Foresthill Transfer Station
Tipping wall slope stability and drainage system improvements were made to ensure continued viable operation of this facility. The construction cost was approximately $195,000; the project was completed in late 2023.
Eastern Regional Materials Recovery Facility Concrete Floor Repairs
Upgrades include repair reinforced concrete floor after the floor has deteriorated in locations of concentrated work equipment. Repairs were necessary to increase longevity of the working surface and rideability. The work was completed in 2023.
Eastern Regional Landfill Improvements
SMD 1 Post Plant Improvements
Meadow Vista Transfer Station Improvements
Upgrades included new landfill gas (LFG) well heads, decommission flare and free vent using new blower with VFD, and new LFG collection pipe. Improvements reduced operational costs based on low gas generated at facility. This $250,000 project was completed in August 2019.
Loomis Landfill Gas System Improvements Project
Upgrades included new decommission of flare and free vent using new blower with VFD, and new LFG discharge pipe and valves. Improvements reduced operational costs based on low gas generated at the facility. This $65,000 project was completed in April 2020.