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Consistent, clean water is vital for hemodialysis treatment and overall patient care at OHSU Hospital. Learn how the Bull Run Filtration Project will benefit patient care from nurse manager Darcey Ayala.
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We completed the first of four design milestones for the filtration facility. The Filtration Facility Basis of Design Report provides the design foundation for the best treatment process for our water and is another major step toward making the filtration facility a reality.  
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Generations of Portlanders will benefit from the long-term improvements we're making to enhance our water system’s resilience and reduce future risks. Learn the many ways the Bull Run Treatment Projects are making a difference for people in our community today and long into the future.
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Environmental Services is making changes to ENB-4.05 regarding systems development charges for sewer and stormwater. Proposed changes align with citywide initiatives and define new business types for better clarity. The public comment period is now closed.
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Commissioner Mingus Mapps describes his vision for the Portland Water Bureau and how projects like the new filtration facility that make our water supply more reliable and resilient are a win for everyone, including the most vulnerable in our community.
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Construction will start in June