Welcome to the Liquid Management System Blog
Last Updated: 2/28/2013
This post kicks-off a BLOG that has been created to keep City of Roseville residents informed on the progress of the proposed Liquid Management System (LMS) at the Roseville Energy Park. The BLOG will offer the latest project updates.
Roseville Electric has been exploring ways to improve the efficiency and reliability of its wastewater disposal process. Since fall, Roseville Electric has been working on a plan to replace the zero liquid discharge system. Replacing the current waste water disposal process with the Liquid Management System will save Roseville Electric about 1.8 million annually. Project information is available at www.roseville.ca.us/lms
On February 14, 2013 Roseville Electric and Worley Parsons staff submitted a permit application for the Liquid Management System to the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for review. The EPA expects to spend two weeks reviewing the application to ensure all the relevant data is included. After its initial review, the EPA will contact Roseville Electric with additional questions or deem the application is complete and ready for the exhaustive review process.
Additionally, the project will be reviewed by the California Energy Commission (CEC), the same agency that reviewed the Energy Park project. Worley Parsons is preparing the application data for submission to Energy Commission.
This initial post includes an estimated project timeline which includes major milestones for the Liquid Management System. As the project moves forward and milestones are reached the timeline will be updated.
If you have questions about the posts or would like more information email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (916) 746-1699. Additional project information is available at www.roseville.ca.us/lms.