Location: Woodland, NC
Program: Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)
When: November 2016
Who: City of Woodland
Replacement of Well #1 (to be abandoned), whose production has declined from 175 gpm (in 1941) to current 75 gpm: Construct a single, 175 gpm supply well; provide a submersible turbine pump; a chlorination chemical-feed unit; and all associated controls, valves and other accessories, install an on-site standby generator and an 8-inch water main to connect the proposed well site to the town’s drinking water system.
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)
Amount funded: $784,925
Construction of one well with a 175 gpm capacity, complete with a 30-horsepower submersible pump, wellhead piping, wellhouse building and a sodium hypochlorite feeding system disinfection. Installation of 130 feet of 6-inch polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe waterline to connect the well to the existing water main along Ashe Street with a fire hydrant, valves and other accessories.