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Clean Rivers Project | DCWater.com
The Clean Rivers Project is DC Water's ongoing program to reduce combined sewer overflows (CSO's) into the District's waterways - the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers and Rock Creek. The Project is a massive infrastructure and support program designed to capture and clean wastewater during rainfalls before it ever reaches our rivers.
DC Water’s Clean Rivers Tunnel Project Honored by National ...
DC Water’s historic D.C. Clean Rivers Project was this week honored by a national engineering organization for creatively and safely completing a $319 million tunnel that will improve the quality of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers.
Projects - DC Water Clean Rivers - delonhampton.com
The Clean Rivers Project is DC Water's ongoing program to reduce combined sewer overflows (CSOs) into the District's waterways. Delon Hampton & Associates (DHA) is providing a broad range of engineering and program management services including civil, structural, and permitting to DC Water.
DC Water's Blue Plains Tunnel named Best Project Overall ...
The Blue Plains Tunnel was completed in January 2016 as part of DC Water's $2.6 billion DC Clean Rivers Project to keep overflow from entering the Anacostia and Potomac rivers, and Rock Creek in Washington, DC.
Clean Rivers in the Nation’s Capital
A look at major tunneling projects as part of DC Water’s Clean Rivers Project, including the Blue Plains Tunnel, Anacostia River Tunnel and the First Street Tunnel. By Jim Rush The Potomac River has always played an important role in our nation’s history.
DC Water Commissions First Leg of Massive Tunnel System
On March 28, DC Water and the District celebrated a cleaner Anacostia River (in the background) commissioning the 7-mile segment of a massive tunnel system, which is part of its Clean Rivers Project.
A Drop's Life - YouTube
DC Water is proposing to construct the Northeast Boundary Tunnel (NEBT) as a major component of the DC Clean Rivers (DCCR) Project to meet court-ordered combined sewer overflow (CSO) control objectives and provide flood relief in the Northeast Boundary area of the District.
Northeast Boundary Tunnel - National Capital Planning ...
The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (aka DC Water) is implementing the Clean Rivers Project: a 20-year, $2.6 billion effort to reduce discharges from combined sewer overflows into the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers.
DC Water Clean Rivers (CSO) Project - Schnabel Engineering
The Blue Plains Tunnel is part of DC Water's $2.6 billion DC Clean Rivers Project to keep overflow from entering the Anacostia and Potomac rivers, and Rock Creek in Washington, DC. The Clean Rivers Project will reduce stormwater overflows and CSOs throughout the system by 96 percent annually and by 98 percent for the Anacostia River alone.