Reducing Sewer Overflows in Baltimore

Baltimore is aggressively tackling major projects to get its aging water and wastewater system in top shape by 2030

Reducing Sewer Overflows in Baltimore

Mohammed Rahman (left) and acting bureau head Paul Sayab on the stabilized bank of Chinquapin Run Stream.

Like many older cities, Baltimore, Maryland, faces significant challenges in maintaining and improving its sewer and water infrastructure. However, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works continues an assertive program to ensure that critical projects, such as improvements to...

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