Mayo Service Area Capacity Expansion
Anne Arundel County studied several different capital project alternatives to increase the wastewater treatment capacity and lift the related development moratorium for the Mayo-Glebe Heights service area. All alternatives had to comply with the Maryland Department of Environment’s (MDE) new Enhanced Nutrient Removal (ENR) treatment standards by January 1, 2017.
The MDE-approved selected alternative requires construction of a pipeline to pump wastewater from the Mayo area to the Annapolis Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) for ENR treatment. When pipeline is completed, the Mayo WRF will be decommissioned and converted into a regional sewer pumping station. After completion of overall project,
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***Project Update for Week of May 22, 2017***
The pipeline between the Mayo WRF and the Hillsmere library has been completed. The drilled portions between the library and the Annapolis WRF have also been completed. Connections between the drilled portions are expected to be finished by the end of July.
After testing and start-up, the new pipeline is expected to be operational in August.
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