The Bottom Line

The City of Duluth battles unique hillside topography in a productive effort to stamp out sanitary sewer overflows and comply with a consent decree

The City of Duluth is taking a top-to-bottom approach to eliminating sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). In fact, it has to.


For one thing, the Minnesota city’s steep hillside location along Lake Superior means everything flows downhill — fast. For another, Duluth is under an...

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