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ENB - Region 8 Notices 8/17/2011

Negative Declaration

Monroe County - The Village of Webster Board of Trustees, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village of Webster Water Treatment Plant Improvements Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the design and construction of improvements to the existing Village of Webster Water Treatment Plant. The existing water supply is from six wells located at the DeWitt Road well field (6.2 MGD) and five wells at the Sand Bar well field (4.8 MGD). The combined capacity of both well fields is 11 MGD. The project improvements to the water treatment plant are for the removal of iron and hardness from the existing well supply. The treatment process will consist of filters for the removal of iron and reverse osmosis for reducing water hardness. Water from the filters and the reverse osmosis system will be blended to produce 2.2 MGD of finished water with a hardness of approximately 100 mg/L. Filter backwash water will be decanted with the decant water returned to the head of the plant; iron flocculent will be slowly discharged to the public sewer system. Reject water from the reverse osmosis system will be discharged to the sandbar well field and returned to the aquifer. Raw water will be supplied from the six existing wells at the DeWitt Road well field. The sandbar well field is located along Lake Road and the north end of Irondequoit Bay. As part of the project these wells will be converted from water supply wells to injection wells for the disposal of reject water from the reverse osmosis system. The project is located on DeWitt Road in the Town of Webster, New York.

Contact: Peter D. Elder, Village of Webster, 28 Main Street, Webster, NY 14489, Phone: 585-265-3770.


Monroe County - The Town of Chili Planning Board, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Metalico Rochester Auto Dismantling and Site Improvements will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves a proposal by Metalico Rochester, a metal processing and recycling facility, for the installation of an automobile dismantling facility, non-ferrous metal separation area and other ancillary structures to support these uses. As part of this project, Metalico Rochester will be installing a new stormwater management system for the site and, in phased steps over a two year period, pavement within most of its facility operating area. The project is located at 1511, 1515, and 1525 Scottsville Road in the Village of Scottsville, New York.

Contact: James Martin, Town of Chili, Chili Town Hall, 3333 Chili Avenue, Rochester, NY 14624, Phone: (585) 889-6143.


Seneca County - The Village of Waterloo Board of Trustees, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Village of Waterloo Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP), Inflow and Infiltration Improvements Project will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The Village of Waterloo Board of Trustees commissioned MRB Group, Engineering, Architecture, & Surveying, P.C. (MRB) to study the feasibility of this undertaking and to prepare an Engineering Report to form the basis for theses improvements. The recommended improvements involve a combination of solutions. At the WWTP, the existing primary clarifiers will need to be upgraded, new final clarifiers will be constructed along with a new chemical system for phosphorus removal, and the chlorine contact tank will be expanded. The project will also involve replacement and upgrading the existing undersized storm sewer, addressing the cross connections between the existing Northeast and Northwest rock sewer stormwater drainage system and the sanitary sewer collection system, as this targets some of the most obvious sources of inflow.

The project is located in the Village of Waterloo, New York.

Contact: Theodore Young, Village of Waterloo, 41 West Main Street , Village of Waterloo, NY 13165, Phone: (315) 539-9131.


Wayne County - The Village of Wolcott, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Wastewater Connection to the Red Creek Area Regional Waste Water Treatment Facility (WWTF) will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the installation of 31,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer forcemain from the Village of Wolcott WWTF to the Red Creek Area Regional (RCAR) Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF), along portions of West Port Bay Road, Furnace Road, Red Creek Road, Chapmans Corners Road, and Ford Road; decommissioning of the existing Wolcott WWTF and converting the site into a pump station to convey sanitary sewer flows to the RCAR WWTF; converting the existing treatment tank at the Wolcott WWTF into a flow equalization tank; renovation of three of the four existing sanitary sewer pump stations in the Wolcott collection system; replacement of the fourth existing sanitary sewer pump station with a new wet well and pre-packaged lift station; and improvements to the existing sanitary sewer collection system in the Village of Wolcott to remove inflow and infiltration from the wastewater flows. The project is located along portions of West Port Bay Road in the Village of Wolcott; West Port Bay Road, Furnace Road, Red Creek Road, Chapmans Corners Road, and Ford Road in the Town of Wolcott, New York.

Contact: Gary J. Baker, Village of Wolcott 6015 New Hartford Road, Wolcott, NY 14590, Phone: (315) 594-9501, E-mail: vwolcott@rochester.rr.com.


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