Tuesday, September 12, 2006

A Better Warning System For Sewage Spills

Norwalk wants to install better alarm systems at the 22 stations that pump sewage to the city’s sewage treatment plant. In the past – including a rainy day in August when eight alarms went off – the alarm system told workers only that there was a pump station malfunction and a sewage spill, but not which pump was involved. When the new system is installed (work will start in the middle of next year), they’ll know right away. From the Stamford Advocate.


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