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Deep Tunnel - MMSD - Milwaukee's Partner for a Cleaner ...
DEEP TUNNEL. The Deep Tunnel has prevented more than 116 billion gallons of pollution from getting into Lake Michigan. Thanks to the tunnel and many other improvements, MMSD has captured and cleaned 98.5% of all the water and wastewater that's entered the regional sewer system since 1994.
Milwaukee Deep Tunnel Project Completed | WWD
A once-in-a-decade maintenance project in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District's (MMSD) Deep Tunnel drew to a conclusion last week, as crews removed the final pieces of floating debris that accumulated in the end of the system near the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility.
Sewer Diving: A Journey Inside Milwaukee's Deep Water ...
Sewer Diving: A Journey Inside Milwaukee's Deep Water Tunnel ... of sewer infrastructure in Milwaukee and surrounding communities—and ends with a project to turn dried sewage sludge into ...
Milwaukee Deep - Wikipedia
Milwaukee Deep, also known as The Milwaukee Depth, is the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean and is part of the Puerto Rico Trench It has a maximum depth of at least 27,493 feet (8,380 m). It is just 76.0 miles (122.3 km) north of the coast of Puerto Rico at Punto Palmas Altas in Manatí .
Tunnel and Reservoir Plan - Wikipedia
The Deep Tunnel Project, an 18-year renovation of the area's waste water collection and treatment system, resulting in 17+ miles of tunnels is a waste water overflow catchment system designed to keep pollutants out of Lake Michigan.
Milwaukee Green Map: Waste and Watersheds
MILWAUKEE — It was an engineering marvel. Today, 20 years after it opened, Milwaukee's deep tunnel remains a major economic driver for the city but also a source of controversy.
Milwaukee's deep tunnel open for 20 years - wisn.com
The deep tunnel system turns 20 years old Thursday. The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District is praising its accomplishments over two decades and acknowledging its shortcomings.
Milwaukee's deep tunnel system turns 20 on Thursday
Workers are lowered by crane down into the Deep Tunnel as part of Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District's (MMSD) Deep Tunnel Maintenance Project. Photo by Chris Duzynski, courtesy of …
Deep Tunnel, Deep Clean: Managing Wastewater ...
The project challenges are: One of the challenges of Milwaukee's Deep Tunnel is that over the past 18 years heavy trash (i.e. floatables, such as assorted jugs, bottles, bags, lumber scraps, and leaves) have accumulated and clogged the system.