After the Rain

Nashville implements large-scale plan to combat stormwater control issues with green initiatives
After the Rain
Stormwater crew member James Madden cleans a culvert, part of the routine maintenance schedule. The crew uses a Vac-Con truck and blasting heads to blow out sand, gravel and debris. Then a large vacuum attachment is used to suck up the debris that was blown from the culvert.

Nashville, Tenn., is recognized as the country music capital of the world, but the city is working hard to garner another title, that of the greenest, most livable city in the Southeast.

A mayoral ordinance directing Metro Water Services and other departments to develop a plan...

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