Crozet interceptor

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The Crozet interceptor is a transmission line that carries wastewater and sewage from the community of Crozet eastward to the Moores Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. The decision to build the interceptor was made in 1979 and work was finished in 1988[1]. It is operated and maintained by the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority. Wastewater travels downhill through a series of gravity-fed mains, and is assisted by four pumping stations between Crozet and the Ivy Road/ U.S. Route 250 interchange. From there, the flow is discharged into the Morey Creek and Moores Creek interceptors[2].

References

  1. Web. Crozet Master Plan, Chapter 1, October 13, 2010, retrieved October 18, 2010.
  2. Web. Crozet Master Plan, Chapter 3, October 13, 2010, retrieved October 18, 2010.