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Service Description: Sewer Pumps: The NCREDC in conjunction with Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates developed the digital location and information of sewer pumps as mapped by individual system owners as required by contract. The data collected will facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 70 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. This data contains information on sewer pumping stations, including: pump ID, area name, original construction year, latest renovation, and pump capacity in gallons per minute. Other coverages exist with sewer lines and other appurtenances. Sewer Treatment Plants: The NCREDC in conjunction with Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates developed the digital location and information of sewer treatment plants as mapped by individual system owners as required by contract. The data collected will facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 70 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. This data contains information on sewerage treatment plants as defined by NCREDC. Information includes: WWTP ID, original construction year, latest renovation date, permitted plant capacity, maximum daily flow, average daily flow, type of treatment, Sludge disposal technology, estimate of I/I and facility area in acres. Other coverages exist with sewer lines and other appurtenances. Sewer Discharges: The NCREDC in conjunction with Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates developed the digital Sewer system discharges as mapped by individual system owners as required by contract. The data collected will facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 70 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. This data contains information on sewage discharges, including: discharge ID, location description, original construction date, and latest renovation date. Other coverages exist with sewer lines and other appurtenances. Sewer Land Application Areas: The NCREDC in conjunction with Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates developed the digital Sewer system land applications as mapped by individual system owners as required by contract. The data collected will facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 70 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. This data contains information on sewer land applications, including: land application ID, original construction date, latest renovation, permit expiration date, and land area. Other coverages exist with sewer lines and other appurtenances. Sewer Pipes: The NCREDC in conjunction with Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates developed the digital sewer pipe network as mapped by individual system owners as required by contract. The data collected will facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 70 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. This data contains information on sewer pipes, including: original construction date, lastest renovation date, material type, pipe diameter, type of flow, and pipe utilization. Other coverages exist with other appurtenances. Sewer Service Areas - Type P: The NCREDC in conjunction with Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates developed the digital ``P' Sewer System as mapped by individual system owners as required by contract. The data collected will facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 70 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. This data contains information on `P' Sewer systems which are planned or proposed public community system service areas are outside of current service area boundaries where public systems do not currently exist. Type P systems are areas which have been identified as having sufficient need and population density to support viable public systems and which have an existing minimum potential user density of 40 existing potential connections per mile of wastewater collection line. Information includes: system ID, parent system ID, cost estimate to implement. Other coverages exist with sewer lines and other appurtenances. Sewer Service Areas - Type B: The NCREDC in conjunction with Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates developed the digital "B" Sewer System as mapped by individual system owners as required by contract. The data collected will facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 70 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. This data contains information on "B" Sewer systems which are existing community systems which serve the general public and accept domestic wastewater are generally smaller systems representing small, private, business, industrial, mobile home, multi-family housing or single subdivision systems which have very limited potential future economic development impact. Information includes: system ID, system name, owner's name and telephone number. Other coverages exist with Sewer lines and other appurtenances. Sewer Service Areas - Type A: The NCREDC in conjunction with Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates developed the digital Type "A" Sewer Systems as mapped by individual system owners as required by contract. The data collected will facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 70 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. This data contains information on type "A" sewer systems which are existing community sanitary sewer systems which serve the general public accept domestic wastewater and are generally considered large systems. Data includes information on: system ID, system name, owners ID, parts of system, total number of parts, year of construction, description of the service area, number of residential customers, number of non-residential customers, number of bulk purchasers, maximum daily flow, average daily flow, average monthly charge for residential customers, average monthly charge for non-residential customers, average monthly charge for bulk purchase customers, average monthly usage for residential customers, average monthly usage for non-residential customers, average monthly usage for bulk purchase customers, basin transfer, current conditions/problems, engineers recommendations, estimate to implement recommendations, expansion of service area, projected maximum daily flow for year 2000, projected maximum daily flow for year 2010, projected maximum daily flow for year 2020, projected average daily flow for year 2000, projected average daily flow for year 2010, projected average daily flow for year 2020, indebtedness, bond rating, and cash reserves.Other coverages exist with sewer lines and other appurtenances.

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