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  1. Central States Water Environment AssociationCollection System Seminar

  2. Mark Bushnell P.E.Trotter and Associates Inc.Village of Port Barrington Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer SystemPhase I

  3. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Location • Village Port Barrington • West-Il 59 South-ll 176 • Adjacent to Fox River • Within NMWRD FPA

  4. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Team • Village of Port Barrington • Village Engineer – Smith Engineering Consultants Inc. • Village Attorney – Diamond and LeSueur • Financial Consultant – Public Finance Resource Ltd • Contractor- Joel Kennedy Construction • Northern Moraine Wastewater Reclamation District • District Engineer – Trotter and Associates Inc.

  5. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Goals • Provide Reliable Sanitary Sewer Service to 117 Homes • Abandon Failing Septic Systems • Eliminate Septic Fields within Floodplain • Increase Water Quality of Fox River Project Scope • Installation of Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System • Public Infrastructure • Forcemain and Grinder Pumps Serving all Existing Homes • Connection into Existing NMWRD Gravity System • Private Improvements • Sanitary Sewer Service Lateral • Plumbing and Electrical

  6. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Infrastructure • Owned by Village • Maintained by NMWRD • Grinder Pumps / Forcemain • Air Release / Isolation Valves

  7. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Funding - Infrastructure • Federal STAG Grant (U.S. Rep. Don Manzullo) - $ 482,100 • Mc Henry County Community Block Grant - $ 61,101 • IEPA Low Interest Loan (SSA) - $ 910,133 • Village of Port Barrington- $ 209,299 • Total Project Cost - $ 1,662,633

  8. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Funding – IEPA Loan / Special Service Area • SSA approved by residents • Each resident served pays an annual assessment • Repays the IEPA Low Interest Loan • This is assessment is added to the tax bill • Annual repayment of less than $500 per resident Project Funding – Grants • Funded almost one-third of the project • Required to make the project fiscally feasible

  9. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Construction – Infrastructure • Completed During 2006- 07 • Designed by SEC Group Inc. • Completed by Joel Kennedy Construction • All Items lie within limited Right of Way or Easements • Minimize Disturbance by • Directional Drilling of HDPE Main

  10. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Testing - Infrastructure • Pressure Testing of Forcemain • Flow Meter Testing • Vacuum Testing of Manholes • Manufacturer Test of Grinder Pumps Upon successful testing residents were permitted to connect to the Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System. The District required residents to connected within one year.

  11. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Village Ownership • Forcemain • Air Release/ Manholes • Grinder Pumps Resident Ownership • Service Lateral • Control Panel • Electrical Service • Floodplain Vents

  12. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Procedure for Connection • Coordination of Village of Port Barrington and NMWRD to streamline the connection process • Workshops • Mailings and Notifications • Open Houses • Private Improvements were funded by individual residents • Residents hired their own contractors • Phases of Connection • Interior Plumbing • Sanitary Sewer Service Extension / Electrical Improvements • Septic Abandonment

  13. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Procedure for Connection • Step 1 - Interior Plumbing • Plumbing Inspection by Village • Removal of Illicit Discharges • Ensure that all drains are connected • Check for Connections that my Surcharge Grinder Pump • Possible Rerouting of Interior Plumbing

  14. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Procedure for Connection- Continued • Step 2A - Connection to Grinder Pump- NMWRD Paperwork and Forms • Standard for any Sanitary Sewer Connection • Certificate of Insurance and Permit Bond from Contractor • Payment of Connection Fee to Sanitary District • NMWRD provides Control Panel to Resident • Prevents Homeowners from running pumps or connecting prior to payment • Schedule an Inspection of Sewer Service

  15. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Procedure for Connection- Continued • Step 2B- Installation of Electrical Panel / Sanitary Service • Electrical Panel Installed on Home • Visible from Pump

  16. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Procedure for Connection- Continued • Step 2B- Installation of Service Lateral and Electrical • Sanitary Lateral • Schedule 40 PVC • Inspected by NMWRD

  17. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Procedure for Connection- Continued • Step 2B- Inspection of Grinder Pump Lid • Lids must remain exposed • Floodplain Lids properly vented • Transfer of Service • Step 3-Abandonment of Septic System

  18. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Procedure for Connection • Finished Product

  19. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Connection Issues • Issue -Outstanding Connections • 117 Total - Few have yet to connect • Foreclosures and Fire • Results • Grinder Pump equipment remaining idle • Warranty expiring prior to use • NMWRD- Loss of revenue

  20. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Connection Issues • Resolution – Timely Connections • Public Notification • Payment Plans • Frozen Connection Fees • Ultimately District reserves the right for legal proceedings • Resolution – Idle Equipment • Extended warranties are offered

  21. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Connection Issues • Resident Concern – Service Interruptions • Power Outages • Equipment Malfunction • Resolution • Residents are on Wells • IEPA requires - 150 Gallon Storage • NMWRD provides Emergency Response • Spare Pump Cores are kept at NMWRD • Core can be replaced w/in hours

  22. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Connection Issues • District Concern – Landscaping • Non- Floodplain Lids must be kept dry • NMWRD must have access for maintenance • Resolution • Coordination with Resident

  23. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Project Accomplishments • Provided Sanitary Sewer Service to 117 Homes • Abandon Failing Septic Systems • Removed Septic Systems from Floodplain • Enhanced Water Quality within Fox River • Completed with Minimal Disruption to Sewer Service

  24. Collection System Seminar Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer System - Phase I Next Steps by Village and NWMRD • Implementation of Phase II • Provide Service ninety-three additional residential homes • Construction scheduled for Fall of 2009 • Funded through IEPA Loan and Stimulus Program • NMWRD working with other areas within their FPA to inform residents about Low Pressure Sanitary Sewer Systems • Questions?