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Using field data gathered over the past year, we’ve fine-tuned the routes for planned Bull Run Filtration pipelines to reduce the number of new intertie facilities needed. The updated routes also limit pipeline construction impacts on the intersection of Altman Road and Dodge Park Boulevard.
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A decade of data show how Portlanders’ investment in the Big Pipe system is working to send sewage and stormwater to the City’s treatment plant and make overflows rare. The new Big Pipe Tracker lets the public see the system in action.
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Environmental Services is proposing updates to three administrative rules that govern permitting of sewer connections and lateral repairs in the public right-of-way or sewer easement. The public can comment on the proposed changes to ENB-4.17, ENB-4.33, and ENB-4.15 until 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6.
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National Preparedness Month spotlights what firefighters like Lisa Knight see every day—being prepared saves lives. Making our water system more resilient with the Bull Run Treatment Projects is one of the ways the Water Bureau is looking ahead to prepare and protect our community.
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