Modernizing Water InfrastructureModernizing Water Infrastructure Fish Curtain on the Connecticut Editor: Allison Braswell An aging 1938 pump station on the Connecticut River is nearing the end of its useful life, including the three river crossing pipes that carry wastewater from the pump station to the appropriate wastewater treatment facility. Because of the sewage system's poor state, there have been instances of rainwater forcing sewage to overflow into the river and complaints of substandard drinkin ... Read more
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