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Trenchless Rehabilitation Project in American Fork Yields BIG Results

American Fork City recently completed a trenchless pipeline and manhole project to rehabilitate more than 6,100 linear feet of 10- to 18-inch sewer pipe, 22 manholes, and 22 lateral connections. 201 more words

Projects

Suburbanization, Fragmentation, and Regional Government: Water Quality Management in the Twin Cities (1938-present)

Suburbanization challenged the hard-won gains in regional water quality improvement that the sewage treatment plant had provided, and by the late 1950s water quality was again declining. 680 more words

Historical

Combatting Pollution: Water Quality Management in the Twin Cities (1880-1938)

Twin Cities has had a long history of attempting to manage its abundant water resources, and its evolving strategies reflect shifts in policy approaches concerning public health and environmental protection. 644 more words

Historical

Stages of Water Governance

Before going in depth about how water governance has evolved over the course of the Twin Cities’ history, it is important to first outline basic stages of water governance as a framework for analysis. 1,172 more words

Historical

MPCA: Disposable Wipes Should Have 'No Flush' Warning

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is calling for a “do not flush” warning on so-called “flushable” sanitary wipes.

This comes after years of complaints that the wipes are clogging local sewer systems. 59 more words

News

Edmonton seeks additional $6M to complete Mill Woods flood mitigation project

EDMONTON — Now three years behind schedule, the City of Edmonton will need an additional $6.4 million to complete work on its Mill Woods flood mitigation project. 412 more words

Politics

You Can Help: Can the Grease and Wipe out Wipes!

Can the Grease:

We at the Northwestern Water & Sewer District have seen rising calls and costs of thousands of dollars related to grease blockages in homes and restaurants. 144 more words

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