Attendees at the Utility Leadership Conference in July can add real value to their time in St. Louis by joining colleagues from across the country for a facility tour. On the afternoon of Wednesday, July 26, the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District will offer a tour showcasing their use of Green Infrastructure for Combined Sewer Overflow Volume Reduction and their Sanitary Sewer Overflow Storage Facility. Featured on the tour will be their Old North Rain Garden, Harlem-Baden Hebert Stormwater Detention Basin and Coldwater Sanitary Sewer Wet Weather Storage Facility Tank. The rain garden and detention basin highlighted on the tour are part of MSD’s strategies to address basement backups, flooding, and to reduce sewer overflows in the combined sewer service area. Mark your calendar for Wednesday, July 26 from 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm and register [HYPERLINK] for this free tour today!
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