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A Plan for Public Facilities: Sustaining the Rural ... - Fauquier County

A Plan for Public Facilities: Sustaining the Rural ... - Fauquier County

Table 9: Water Facility

Table 9: Water Facility Capacity Levels Water Facilities by Service District Existing Capacity (mgd) Planned Capacity (mgd) Bealeton 0.564 1.000 Catlett 0.062 0.062 Marshall 0.100 0.175 New Baltimore 3 0.632 1.000 Opal 0.128 0.250 Remington 4 0.047 0.250 The Plains 5 0.054 N/A Vint Hill 0.134 6 0.476 Warrenton (Town) 2.000 2.000 FCWSA accepted ownership and operation of the Marshall Water Works in 2006 and expansion of existing facilities is currently underway, with upgrades to the service lines and the installation of two above-ground storage tanks. Preliminary engineering has recently been completed for expansion of the water system in Opal, as this area is planned for significant business development but lacks water capacity and fire protection capabilities necessary for such development. A groundwater resource study conducted in 2000 identified potential areas for high yield well sites. Wastewater Facilities The follow table lists existing and planned wastewater facilities, with capacities in million gallons per day (mgd). Table 10: Wastewater Facility Capacity Levels Wastewater Facilities by Service Existing Capacity Planned Capacity District (mgd) (mgd) Marshall 7 0.64 0.64 Remington 8 2.00 2.50 Vint Hill / New Baltimore 0.60 0.95 Warrenton 9 2.50 2.50 The Village Service Districts of Catlett, Calverton and Midland do not have public sewer service at the present time, with the exception of the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport in Midland. The airport has a small system with the minimum capacity of 8,800 gallons per day (gpd) that serves the airport and several adjacent industrial properties. Future plans for these Village Service Districts are discussed in detail in the Service Areas section below. The Marshall, Remington 3 The totals here include FCWSA service to its franchise portion of the Warrenton Service District. 4 Service in the Remington Area is outside the Town of Remington, which provides its own water service. 5 The Plains has a storage capacity of about 25,000 gallons. There are currently no plans for expansion. 6 Current plans to bring a new well online in early 2010 will bring the existing capacity to 0.336 mgd. 7 The Marshall Plant also serves the Town of The Plains. 8 This plant serves the service districts of Bealeton, Opal and Remington. 9 This facility, owned by the Town of Warrenton, serves the Town as well as specific areas within the Warrenton Service District. The Town has severely limited additional taps outside the Town’s corporate limits. A Plan for Public Facilities December 2009 Page 60

and Warrenton plants discharge into the Rappahannock watershed and the Vint Hill plant discharges into the Occoquan watershed. Facility Standards / Level of Service FCWSA is guided by an overall master plan, Water and Wastewater Master Plan, prepared by Camp Dresser and McKee and adopted in 1997. This technical document outlines recommended water and wastewater treatment facilities and collection, storage and conveyance facilities for the County’s service districts over a planning period of 1996-2015. This master plan has been incorporated into the County’s Comprehensive Plan by reference. To limit point source water quality impacts to the Chesapeake Bay, the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has set capacity allocations for wastewater treatment plants statewide. The above-planned capacities reflect that allocation. If a public sewer facility is not expanded and operation at its DEQ nutrient allocation by the end of 2010, it cannot be expanded unless phosphorus and nitrogen levels are reduced through other means, such as land applied spray irrigation, within the facility’s watershed. New treatment facilities are not allowed under these new DEQ regulations. The following standards are applied in determining the needed water and sewer capacity for a particular land use or project. Table 11: Standard Assumptions for Water and Wastewater Usage Treatment Facility Standard in Gallons/Day for SF Unit 10 Standards for other uses, such as multi-family dwellings and mixed-use projects, are based on the size of the line needed for the project (with meters sized for the number of fixtures in a particular facility). An equivalent meter unit (EMU) is assigned, with the basic single-family connection of 5/8” x 3/4” equaling 1 EMU. A full 3/4” line is equal to 1.5 EMU, a 1” line is equal to 2.5 EMU, a 2” line/meter is equal to 8 EMU and a 3” line/meter is equal to 17.5 EMU. Depending on the size of the line, an apartment building with 16-36 units may be as low as 8 EMU or as high as 17.5 EMU. 10 Standards for single-family units (using a standard 5/8” x 3/4" water line) vary between treatment facilities due to the potential for inflow and infiltration (I&I) into the lines. The newer lines with less potential for I&I are located within Vint Hill, thus a lower standard is applied. The figure for Warrenton is based on a historical usage of 7,000 gallons per month per single-family unit. 11 A standard for commercial development is not available for the Town of Warrenton. The Town will calculate estimated usage based on line size and fixtures for the anticipated uses. A Plan for Public Facilities December 2009 Standards in Gallons/Day/Commercial Acre Marshall 300 1,000 Remington 300 1,000 Vint Hill / New Baltimore 260 1,000 Warrenton 233 N/A 11 Page 61

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