May 13, 2008

Tuesday Headlines: Ill. Sanitary District Reaching Capacity

Posted in California, Florida, Illinois, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, West Virginia at 11:55 am by bengann

In Campton Hills, Illinois,  a sanitary district might be over its capacity for wastewater treatment if it serves every new customer with a permit to connect.

In New York, Glens Falls Mayor Roy Akins said he is supportive of the concept of a regional water and sewer system.

The city of Princeton, West Virginia considers major upgrades to its sewer system.

To the Jersey Shore, in North Wildwood, The city plans to use $6.1 million in grants and loans from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to replace its aging sewer pipes and repair city streets.

In Tampa, the city’s wastewater department has begun work on a broken sewer line. The broken clay pipe, was installed in the 1960s and discovered by crews doing inspections.

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