October 2, 2009

Friday’s Water News: Sewer Overflows Continue in Kansas City

Posted in Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Virginia at 12:35 pm by bengann

More wastewater overflows have occurred in Kansas City after blocked sewer lines caused untreated wastewater to overflow from blocked sanitary sewer lines. City officials say residents should not use a nearby lake for recreation until the spill from the overflow can be cleaned up, and completed tests results indicate the water body meets acceptable water quality standards.

In Canandaigua, New York,  the north side of the city lost water service for this morning when a water main broke. The break was likely due to the age of the main.

1,000 homes in Chesapeake, Virginia had their water service disrupted early this morning after a break in a 12-inch water main.

A water main break in Brattleboro, Vermont affected water service to many homes and businesses yesterday.

Stimulus Spotlight
Innovative water quality projects in New York’s Mohawk Valley will receive $6.4 million through the economic stimulus to five different projects through a new State initiative known as the Green Innovation Grant Program.

Sewer Rate News
Alabaster, Alabama
Laurel, Mississippi
Muncy, Pennsylvania


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