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Inquirer: A "green" city plan to reduce storm water runoff

Inquirer: A "green" city plan to reduce storm water runoff Storm water is nasty and dirty and can cause flooding. So the sooner it gets off a property, the better.…

How Philly's Sewers are Leaping Out of the Gutter

Friday Journal: How Philly's Sewers are Leaping Out of the Gutter Robert Manduca of the Economy League writes about how Philadelphia's much-documented need for a new long-term wastewater plan is…

"Green City, Clean Waters" Plan Now Available

The Philadelphia Water Department’s vision behind the Green City, Clean Waters Plan is to unite the City of Philadelphia with its water environment, creating a green legacy for future generations while…

2009 Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP) Recognition Program

Greetings!The Philadelphia Water Department, Villanova University, Temple University and partners are currently accepting submissions for the 2009 Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP) Recognition Program. We are looking for innovative…

Water Department Annual Water Quality Report, 2008

Philadelphia Water Department Annual Water Quality Report, 2008 Click here to read the annual report distributed by the Philadelphia Water Department on its ongoing initiatives to keep the water supply from…

Pine Street stormwater project leaves Antique Row businesses up in arms

Weekly Press: Philadelphia Water Department puts Antique Row in jeopardy Antique Row business owners are concerned about their livelihood due to the pending Philadelphia Water Department’s proposed Pine Street Storm Relief…

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