18 Apr King County’s Sewer Overflow Abatement Project
The City of Seattle has been steadily working toward the completion of the Murray Combined Sewer Overflow Project. This ambitious sewer project is in its final year and is soon coming to a close. The end of this year will mark the completion of a project designed to curb the sewer overflow and serve as a catalyst for protecting the Puget Sound. As many are quite familiar with the project that started several years ago, the finished product will be a cleverly designed, one million gallon, 6,000 square foot underground storage tank. It will be situated on private property across from Lowman Beach Park along Beach Drive Southwest. To be included in this project, is a green roof with viewing areas and a rain garden with a public walkway through the site. On April 26th, inquiring residents can attend an information session hosted by the King County Wastewater division. Come out to the 7000 block of Beach Drive S.W. to obtain information and get a better understanding of what to expect for the next several months, as the project concludes. Currently, crews are in the process of mechanical and electrical work inside the facility and have also started to backfill soil behind the building.
Seattle, Perma-Liner Industries is coming to Seattle this month! We’ll be there on April 27th so save the date. We also have a lineup of other events for you to attend! All are invited to come to one, or if you’re adventurous, all of our LIVE DEMOS coming up in April and May. You can go to www.perma-liner.com to register and find out more but first…here are the dates and locations to save: Chicago May 4th and Philadelphia May 18th. You can expect to have our knowledgeable staff showing you the latest CIPP technology. We want to see you there!