In 2013, Governor Scott signed legislation that provides $32 million annually in state funding for the $880 million long-term Restoration Strategies Plan. When fully implemented, Restoration Strategies will provide a consistent source of clean water for 8 million Floridians, while restoring habitat and ecology, and increasing recreational opportunities in the greater Everglades area.
L-8 Flow Equalization Basin and Divide Structure - Capture and deliver stormwater flows to improve performance of STA-1E and STA-1W
STA-1W Expansion - Provide increased treatment area and phosphorus reductions
Bolles Canal Expansion - Improve water flow east/west across Everglades Agricultural Area; increase flexibility for moving water into STAs
A-1 Flow Equalization Basin - Capture and treat stormwater flows to improve performance of STA-2 and STA-3/4
February 5, 2021 - 3:57pm
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