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final animation

  1. 1. Water In NYC
  2. 2. Lake OntrarioThe Susquehanna River Basin is the second largest - next to the Ohio River Basin -east of the Mississippi River. The 444 miles of the Susquehanna drain 27,500 squaremiles covering large parts of New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland beforeemptying into the Chesapeake Bay. Two separate Susquehanna RiverBasin watersheds drain portions of south-central New York State:The Upper Susquehanna Watershed (discussed here) and theChemung River Watershed (addressed separately). More Info
  3. 3. The Susquehanna River Basin is the second largest - next to the Ohio River Basin -east of the Mississippi River. The 444 miles of the Susquehanna drain 27,500 squaremiles covering large parts of New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland beforeemptying into the Chesapeake Bay. Two separate Susquehanna RiverBasin watersheds drain portions of south-central New York State:The Upper Susquehanna Watershed (discussed here) and theChemung River Watershed (addressed separately). More Info
  4. 4. East SidneyMajor water quality concerns in the watershed are: 15%- Agricultural and Other Nonpoint Sources of 14%nutrients and various other pollutants- Municipal Wastewater and Combined Sewer 4%Overflow Impacts in Binghamton-Johnson City area 67%- On-site Septic and Rural Community Wastewater RiversTreatment in unsewered areas- Flooding Impacts in the flood-prone Southern Tierof New York 2% 23% 12% 65% Lakes 1,149.87feet
  5. 5. 26th WardThe 26th Ward WWTP is undergoing plant stabilization and a BNR upgrade. Duringconstruction, the secondary system continues to have the capacity to treat 127.5mgd. Sufficient pumping capacity should be available to pump 170 mgd during wetweather event. In the event that additional main sewage pumps are out of service, thetemporary discharge pumps (contractor’s pumps) can be utilized. These pumps havea maximum capacity of 40 mgd. A site plan and a process flow diagram for theupgraded facilities are presented in Figures 3-1 and 3-2, respectively. More Info
  6. 6. 26th WardThe 26th Ward WWTP is undergoing plant stabilization and a BNR upgrade. Duringconstruction, the secondary system continues to have the capacity to treat 127.5mgd. Sufficient pumping capacity should be available to pump 170 mgd during wetweather event. In the event that additional main sewage pumps are out of service, thetemporary discharge pumps (contractor’s pumps) can be utilized. These pumps havea maximum capacity of 40 mgd. A site plan and a process flow diagram for theupgraded facilities are presented in Figures 3-1 and 3-2, respectively. More Info
  7. 7. 26th WardPlant in operation: 1944Design Capacity: 85 MGDDewatering: 26th WardPopulation Served: 283,428Receiving Waterbody: Jamaica BayDrainage Area: 5,907 Acres, eastern section ofBrooklyn, near Jamaica BayPlant Staff: 93 Brooklyn 85million US gallons per day

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