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Plans for CWWTP Expansion

Date added: 01-Sep-2017 02:47 PM

Plans for CWWTP ExpansionMetro Water Services is advancing plans for a major expansion of the Central Wastewater Treatment Plant (CWWTP). The plant was originally constructed in 1958 and has been expanded several times through the years to address environmental quality standards and to meet demands of Nashville’s growth.
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Clean Water Nashville projects nearing completion

Date added: 01-Sep-2017 02:44 PM

Clean Water Nashville projects nearing completionA handful of large-scale Clean Water Nashville Overflow Abatement Program (CWNOAP) projects will be completed in late 2017 and early 2018, renewing system infrastructure and boosting Nashville’s compliance with the Clean Water Act by reducing wastewater overflows into the environment.
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Remote-controlled cameras provide eyes for underground pipe repairs

Date added: 01-Sep-2017 01:38 PM

Remote-controlled cameras provide eyes for underground pipe repairsThe majority of Nashville’s sewer system lies hidden beneath streets and buried in easements. Since it cannot be readily observed, Metro Water Services (MWS) deploys a variety of technologies to assess the system’s condition.
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West Park Equalization Facility Phase II is taking shape

Date added: 23-Feb-2017 01:57 PM

West Park Equalization Facility Phase II is taking shapeConstruction of a new, circular-shaped 260-foot diameter, 21 million gallon wet weather storage tank increases the capacity of wastewater storage during wet weather events. The new storage tank will be utilized when sewer flows exceed the capacity of the existing West Park Pump Station.
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Lakewood improvement plans advance

Clean Water OAP continues preparation for a major infrastructure renewal project in the Lakewood community. The project will include updating aged water and wastewater infrastructure and addressing longstanding problems of localized flooding in yards and roadways caused by stormwater. The program has begun a process to select a contractor this summer for work that will begin later in 2013, with three contractors having been prequalified.