March 27, 2008

Thursday Headlines: EPA to Set Timeline for DC Sewage Plant

Posted in California, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Tennessee at 12:09 pm by bengann

The EPA’s Environmental Appeals Board has ruled that the EPA must establish a timeline for Washington, DC’s Blue Plains sewage plant to reduce it’s output of nitrogen into the Potomac River.

Morristown, New Jersey is considering a plan to run its sewer plant with solar power

In Califormia, the city of Santa Margarita could receive up to $3 million in federal funds for water infrastructure improvements from the U. S. Department of Agriculture

Saratoga Springs, New York examines whether fixing the city’s aging water infrastructure is a better use of fees collected from new water customers than developing an alternate drinking water source

Sewage leakage along the Little Tennessee River in Franklin. North Carolina will likely continue with each rainfall of more than two inches until reparis to the pump station are completed.

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