CERP Project:
South Miami-Dade Reuse



The purpose of the project is to provide additional water supply to the South Biscayne Bay and Coastal Wetlands Enhancement Project. Detailed analyses will be required to determine the quality and quantity of water needed to meet the ecological goals and objectives of Biscayne Bay. Superior water quality treatment features will be based on appropriate pollution load reduction targets necessary to protect downstream receiving surface waters.

This project includes a plant expansion to produce superior, advanced treatment of wastewater from the existing South District Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) located north of the C-1 Canal in Miami-Dade County. In order to attain the superior level of treatment, construction of an add-on pretreatment and membrane treatment system to the existing secondary treatment facility will be necessary. An initial design of this feature assumed the plant would have a capacity of 131 million gallons per day.


Project Details:

Project Sponsor:

Miami-Dade County

Project Schedule:

For scheduling information regarding this project, please see the Master Implementation Sequencing Plan (MISP).

Project Phase:

Pre-Construction, Engineering and Design

Design Agreement:

Agreement Pending

CERP Component Designation:

BBB

Project Cooperation Agreement:

 

Authorization:

Not currently authorized

 

Project Contacts:

Stephen Baisden
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
stephen.a.baisden@usace.army.mil

Jorge Jaramillo
South Florida Water Management District
jjaramil@sfwmd.gov