ENB - Region 7 Notices 6/20/2012
Broome County - The Village of Endicott, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Endicott Wastewater Treatment Plan - Repair/Replacement of Flood Damaged Equipment will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. This project has been initiated due to the damage suffered in the flood of 2011 to the Endicott Wastewater Treatment Plant and associated pump stations. Much of the plant operating systems suffered damage which has caused the need to repair a large amount of operating equipment. Flood depths exceeded four feet on the exterior of buildings causing damage to generators, transformers and vehicles. Much of the equipment inside the buildings was also damaged from floodwaters. Equipment such as electrical controls for pumping equipment, laboratory testing equipment, office supplies, tools and power equipment used to maintain the plant all suffered damage. All the subsurface pumping equipment (pumps, motors and electrical equipment) were completely submerged causing damages requiring repair or replacement. The SEQR process was completed in order for the Village to secure an interest free loan from the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation to complete the necessary repairs/replacements to bring the plant back to its original operating condition prior to the flood. The project is located at 40 Anson Road, Endicott, New York 13760.
Contact: Honorable John Bertoni, Mayor, Village of Endicott, 1009 East Main Street, Endicott, NY 13760; phone: (607)757-2421.