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  • A WATERWORKS OVERVIEW

    FRANKLIN DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

    R O B E R T B R U T U S C A N T O R E G G I , D P W D I R E C T O R L A U R I E R U S Z A L A , W A T E R & S E W E R S U P E R I N T E N D E N T

    Franklin Town Council Meeting February15th, 2017

  • FRANKLIN, AT A GLANCE

    Population: 33,850+/- 290 lane-miles of roadways Total Land: 27 square miles

    4 Square Miles of Impervious

    Drinking water supply from groundwater 160 miles of water works 148 miles of sewer works 128+ miles of drain pipe

    7,000+ Catch Basins 600+ Outfalls 200+ Treatment Basins

  • TRIADIC APPROACH

    WASTEWATER

    STORMWATER

    DRINKING WATER

  • SEWER WORKS

  • SEWER WORKS ISSUES

    High I & I Rates Replacement of Beaver Street Interceptor

    Cost = $15 20 million Increase Cost Of Treatment Plant Operations Due

    To High Flow and Plant Improvements

  • SEWER I & I

    Inflow and Infiltration Occurs When Stormwater and Groundwater Enters the Sanitary Sewer System

    Increases the Unnecessary Treatment of Groundwater

  • IMPLEMENTATION

    Lining and Sealing Program Lined 32+ Miles of Pipe Sealed 600+ Manholes 60+ Inflow Sources Identified and

    Removed Repaired Beaver Street Interceptor Improved SCADA System More effective management

  • BEAVER STREET INTERCEPTOR

    Location: Beaver St to Pond St Carries 70% of Towns Sewage On Average, 1.8 Million

    Gallons Per Day Travel Through Pipeline

  • BEAVER STREET INTERCEPTOR

  • BEAVER STREET INTERCEPTOR

  • BEAVER STREET INTERCEPTOR

  • RESULTS

    Decreased Daily Flow Decreased Infiltration Rate Beaver Street Interceptor Still In Use With Capacity Increased Sewer Cost

  • SEWER I & I

    2005 2013 % Change

    Average Daily Flow 1,610,000 1,392,108 -14%

    Average Infiltration Rate 930,000 672,479 -28%

    Peak Inflow Rate 2,790,000 1,584,700 -43%

  • STORMWATER

  • STORMWATER

    Protection of Charles River Basin

    New MS4 Permit Phosphorous Loading Bacteria control TSS run-off

  • THE CHARLES RIVER

    vs. Boston

    Franklin

  • IMPLEMENTATION

    Public Education Challenge New MS4 Permit Grants Working with Other Towns Working with Environmental Groups BMPs Reduce Impervious Surface Low Impact Development

  • REALIZATION OF RAIN GARDENS !

  • RECONSTRUCTION OF RETENTION PONDS

    Lockewood Drive

  • RESULTS / SOLUTION

    Lockewood Drive: 319 Grant

  • ROADWAY RECONSTRUCTION / BENEFITS'

    Bright Hill Estates Before:

    Developed Early 1980s Road Width: 32

    feet/Sidewalks Both Sides After:

    Reduced Pavement Width to 28 ft and Removed One Sidewalk

    70,000 Square Foot Reduction In Impervious Surface

    Burger King 30,307 Sq Ft

    Dunkin Donuts 15,533 Sq Ft

    Gas Station 13,956 Sq Ft Total

    59,756 Sq Ft

  • ROADWAY RECONSTRUCTION/BENEFITS

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  • 8 9 , 9 9 0 S Q F T @ 4 I N C H E S = 2 , 1 7 3 T O N S A S P H A L T @ $ 9 0 . 0 0 P E R T O N

    $195,000.00 SAVINGS

  • RESULTS / BENEFITS

    319 Grant Paired With Town Park = Public Education

  • WATER WORKS

  • WATER: REGULATORY ISSUES

    Permit Requirements: Average of 65 Gallons Per Resident Per Day (Or Less) Less than 10% Unaccounted-for Water

    Could Not Meet Demand: Fire, Emergencies, and Development

    Conservation / Use

  • IMPLEMENTATION

    Public Education Water Conservation

    Program Repair Distribution System New Waterline / New Road

    Program Leak Detection Program Meter Replacement and

    Calibration Program

  • IMPLEMENTATION

    Conducted Annual Leak Detection Program Exceed Permitted Standards of Once Every Three Years Since 2001, over 750 Leaks Have Been Detected and

    Repaired Tighter System, Reduction in Unaccounted-For Water,

    Improved System Management = Reduces Pumping & Treatment

  • RESULTS

    Water Main Replacement Program Underway Goal: Replace Entire System Within 80 Years

    Residents Happy With New Roads Strong Support From Town Council

    $5 Million Every 3 Years 2008 & 2013 MassDEP Public Water System Award Increase In Water Cost

  • AVERAGE DAILY PUMPAGE (MGD)

    280002900030000310003200033000340003500036000

    22.22.42.62.8

    33.23.43.63.8

    Water Usage Population

  • UNACCOUNTED-FOR WATER

    4%5%6%7%8%9%

    10%11%12%13%14%

    2004 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

  • WATER WORKS FUTURE CONCERNS

  • DROUGHTY CONDITIONS

  • WATER USE 2016

  • IRON & MANGANESE ISSUES

  • IRON & MANGANESE ISSUES

  • NEW TREATMENT PLANT FOR WELLS 3 & 6

  • NEW GROWTH 800 UNITS APPROVED, PLANNED & PROPOSED

  • NEW GROWTH 800 UNITS APPROVED, PLANNED & PROPOSED

    Potential new demand for residential growth on water system would be 176,000 gallons per day.

    Unknown new demands and expansion of desirable industrial, commercial and other non- residential ventures.

    Increase wear and tear on drinking water and sewer systems.

    Attempts to modify the existing MassDEP groundwater withdrawal permit would be time consuming, expensive, and may not produce the desired results.

  • ANNUAL COST PER RESIDENT

    $150

    $200

    $250

    $300

    $350

    $400

    $450

    $500

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    2016

    2017

  • GRANTS

    March 2015 ($120,000) Sustainable Water Management Initiative (SWMI) Grant Awarded for Design & Construction of Stormwater Infiltration Systems

    September 2014 ($117,650) 319 Grant Awarded for Phase II of Stormwater BMP Retrofits

    March 2014 ($120,000) SWMI Grant Awarded for Regional Evaluation of Water Management Alternatives to Reduce Streamflow Impacts In the Upper Charles River Watershed

    March 2013 ($85,000) SWMI Grant Awarded for Well Pumping and Recharge Strategies for Streamflow Augmentation

  • GRANTS

    July 2012 ($50,000) US EPA Grant Awarded for a Town-Wide Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Implementation Strategy

    2011 ($300,000) US EPA Pilot Study for Sustainable Stormwater Funding Evaluation for the Upper Charles River Communities of Bellingham, Franklin and Milford, MA

    2010 ($131,000) Construction of s319 Grant for Phase I of Stormwater BMP Retrofits: 3 Detention Basin Retrofits

    2010 ($40,000) Building Blue in Franklin Project by CRWA to Develop A Sub-Watershed Management Plan

    2007 ($42,000) Coastal Zone Management Grant for a Stormwater Utility Feasibility Study

  • RESULTS / RECENT ACCOLADES

  • QUESTIONS?

    Franklin Department of Public WorksFranklin, At a GlanceTriadic ApproachSewer WorksSewer Works Issues Sewer I & IimplementationBeaver street interceptorBeaver street interceptorBeaver street interceptorBeaver street interceptorresultsSewer I & IStormwaterStormwaterThe Charles RiverImplementationRealization of Rain Gardens !Reconstruction of Retention PondsResults / SolutionRoadway Reconstruction / Benefits'Roadway Reconstruction/Benefits$195,000.00 SavingsResults / benefitsWater WorksWater: Regulatory issuesImplementationImplementationresultsAverage daily pumpage (MGD)Unaccounted-for WaterWater WorksDroughty ConditionsWater Use 2016Iron & Manganese issuesIron & Manganese issuesNew Treatment Plant for Wells 3 & 6New Growth800 Units Approved, Planned & ProposedNew Growth800 Units Approved, Planned & ProposedANNUAL Cost per ResidentGrantsGrantsResults / Recent AccoladesQuestions?