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    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > Projects > Northeast Interceptor > Pumping Station 18
    of keeping the station running That same generator would be able to supply about 1 000 homes with electricity Want to learn more Check out our FAQ section Project Documents Advertisement Bid Tabulation Specifications Plans Pumping Station 18 Each day Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District MMSD collects and treats approximately 41 million gallons of wastewater from 40 municipal customers in the greater Madison area MMSD owns and operates 96 miles of gravity sewer and 17 regional pumping stations for collection and conveyance of this wastewater The wastewater is conveyed to the treatment plant located south of the Beltline near South Towne Drive through four large pumping stations One of these stations Pumping Station No 7 PS 7 located at the intersection of Bridge Road and the Yahara River in the City of Monona conveys 16 million gallons of wastewater to the treatment plant each day or nearly 40 of the total flow Due to anticipated land development in the PS 7 service area MMSD has determined that additional pumping capacity is required in this area to convey the anticipated peak flows to the treatment plant Providing additional pumping capacity at PS 7 is not feasible due to space constraints at the site Furthermore due to the large volume of flow that passes through PS 7 each day MMSD has identified a need for additional pumping facilities in the PS 7 service area to increase system reliability MMSD is constructing a new Pumping Station No 18 PS 18 in the PS 7 service area to provide the required capacity for future development and also to provide system redundancy The PS 18 site is located at 1000 East Broadway in the City of Monona just south of the new UW Health Yahara Family Medical Clinic PS 18 will have a peak pumping capacity

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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > Projects > Northeast Interceptor
    same amount of average flow that passes through the Yahara River between Lake Monona and Lake Mendo Want to learn more Check out our FAQ section Project Documents Advertisement Bid Tabulation Specifications Plans Project Updates Tweets by MMSDPS18 Northeast Interceptor Relief Replacement In order for wastewater to reach Pump Station 18 a new gravity flow sanitary sewer interceptor will need to be constructed This project will be called the Northeast Interceptor Relief Replacement project The new interceptor will also provide additional capacity for wastewater conveyance to the collection system in the area As shown on the map the new interceptor will be joined to our existing collection system near Progress Road It will then be constructed within a City of Madison greenway cross Progress Road and cross underneath Highway 51 The crossing of Highway 51 will be done by tunneling underneath the road so as not to interfere with traffic After crossing Highway 51 the new interceptor will be constructed underneath Copps Avenue In the intersection of Copps Avenue and East Broadway the new interceptor will again be joined with our existing collection system From that intersection it will be constructed along East Broadway until finally connecting with Pump Station

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    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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  • Yahara Watershed Improvement Historical Water Quality Data
    Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability Historical Water Quality Data Yahara

    Original URL path: http://www.madsewer.org/Programs-Initiatives/Yahara-WINs/YaharaWINsHistoricalWaterQualityData (2016-05-01)
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  • Yahara WINs Resources
    2015 Draft Intergovernmental Agreement Dec 2015 FAQ with Intergovernmental Agreement Dec 2015 DNR Approvable Plan Letter Yahara WINs Semi Annual Report 2015 Yahara Pride Farms Final 2014 Report Yahara WINs Annual Report 2014 Exec Summary Yahara WINs Annual Report 2014 Dane County 2014 Phosphorus Reductions CH2MHill Nutrient Removal Study Yahara WINs Extended SWAT Model Extended SWAT Model Figures Dane County June 2014 Quarterly Report Yahara WINs Semi Annual Report Aug 2014 Executive Summary 2013 Annual Report Yahara WINs 2013 Annual Report Memorandum of Understanding 2012 Annual Report Executive Summary EPA Approval of Wisconsin Phosphorus Program 2012 Annual Report Background on EPA approval May 2013 Newsletter UW Madison Water Resources Management Practicum Yahara CLEAN Engineering Report This is a large file and may take a few minutes to download Dane County Cover Crop Program August 2013 Semi Annual Report Nov 2012 Newsletter Yahara WINs Urban Phosphorus Reduction Funding Program Yahara WINs Pilot Project November 2013 Newsletter UW Zoology Interim Progress of the Yahara WINs Pilot Project Dane Co Nutrient Concentration System Study Yahara Pride Annual Report 2013 MOU with DNR December 2014 Map Videos Pilot Area Close Up Map June 11th Adaptive Management Press Conference Dane County Announces Phosphorus Rules Pilot

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