Monday, November 9, 2009

When you flush your toilet, do you know what happens?


If you can, I urge you to attend the meeting or the libraries listed below to learn more about this project. In case you don't know a combined sewer system means that when it rains the rain water goes into the sewer system. In heavy rain events, the system discharges into the Anacostia River. Yes, discharges rain and raw sewage. It is one of the many reasons the Anacostia is so nasty.

As a side note, I did my Masters thesis on the Anacostia River. You couldn't pay me enough money to even be within 2000 feet of the riverbank.... Just sayin...

Information
Learn about the DC WASA Combined Sewer Overflow Projects
Hear how they will reduce pollution in our local waterways and help reduce
flooding in your neighborhoods.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10
2100 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE Third Floor
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.

Additional information is available at the following locations

Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
901 G Street, NW

Capitol View Library
5001 Central Avenue, SE

Mount Pleasant Library
3160 16th Street. NW

Northeast Library
330 7th Street. NE

Southeast Library
403 7th St. SE

Shepherd Park Library
7420 Georgia Avenue, NW

Tenley-Friendship Library
4200 Wisconsin Avenue, NW

Washington Highlands Library
115 Atlantic Street SW

Woodridge Library
1801 Rhode Island Avenue, NE

If you are unable to attend the meeting and have further questions, or would like to comment on the project, contact DC WASA Office of Public Affairs at 202-787-2200 or email http://us.mc534.mail.yahoo.com/mc/compose?to=publicaffairs@dcwasa.com.

For more information, visit http://www.dcwasa.com/, click on What We Do, Project Initiatives then click on Long Term Control Plan.

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