Camp Pendleton Case Study

Camp Pendleton’s 125,547 acres host a self-sustaining water supply, sewage treatment plants, telephone and electrical systems. With a daytime population of more than 70,000, Camp Pendleton must maintain its self-sustaining capabilities. As one of the largest military facilities in the United States, Camp Pendleton presents special challenges in terms of managing remote sewer lines, manholes, and lift stations to identify emerging issues before they can become problems such as sanitary sewer spills (SSOs). Monitoring of water levels in water tanks is also a key objective to manage potable water supplies.
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