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Tunnel and Reservoir Plan - Wikipedia
The Deep Tunnel "is the largest undertaking of its kind ever attempted by mankind," declared Raymond Rimkus, general superintendent of the Metropolitan Sanitary District of Greater Chicago, the agency that planned the project.
Chicago - City of Big Shoulders: Deep Tunnel 1972 - 2029
For once, many of the superlatives were deserved.The Deep Tunnel, or the Tunnel and Reservoir Plan, was the largest public works project in Chicago's history and one of the biggest in the U.S.
Deep Tunnel opens - Chicago Tribune
Deep Tunnel The $4 billion Tunnel and Reservoir Plan (TARP), better known as “The Deep Tunnel,” is the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago's answer to water pollution and sewer backup problems in 52 municipalities in Cook County .
Chicago Area Deep Tunnel Project - YouTube
As part of the Chicago Deep Tunnel project, both Thornton Quarry and McCook Quarry will serve as reservoirs to reduce the backflow of stormwater and sewage from Chicago area rivers into Lake Michigan. ... History. The first settlers came to Thornton, Illinois, in 1834.
Deep Tunnel - Encyclopedia of Chicago
After 40 years, Chicago's Calumet Deep Tunnel project is complete. The Thornton Reservoir is the final stage of the TARP tunnel project's Calumet branch. When the former limestone quarry fills, it will add 7.9 billion more gallons of capacity to Chicago’s stormwater runoff system.
Thornton Quarry - Wikipedia
1/2/2019 · The history of Chicago can be told as a series of escapes from wastewater, each more ingenious than the last. ... She is skeptical of the Deep Tunnel …
So Chicago: Deep tunnel, marvelous site - YouTube
Chicago's Deep Tunnel. May 17, 2013 Billed as an engineering marvel of the 20th century, Chicago's Deep Tunnel was created to eliminate sewage overflows and put an end to the once-frequent practice of dumping the region's human and industrial waste into Lake Michigan, the source of drinking water for more than 7 million people in the city and suburbs.