Sewer Pipe Rehabilitation Advisory for Minneapolis Suburb

May 09

Sewer Pipe Rehabilitation Advisory for Minneapolis Suburb

The City of Austin is in the process of rehabilitating their streets and sewers. The $1.8 million project is about three miles long, from Interstate 90 to south of 11th Avenue Southwest. Work being done will include removing a layer of roadway and replacing it with a fresh layer of blacktop, while also improving 72 pedestrian ramps and replacing several storm sewer...

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Matt’s Plumbing Solutions: Minnesota’s Front Runner

Apr 27

Matt’s Plumbing Solutions: Minnesota’s Front Runner

If you live in Minnesota, there’s a plumber you should know of. Matt’s Plumbing Solutions services Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding areas throughout the state. He is highly favored for his expertise and level of understanding when plumbing services are required. Matt has skillful mastery in both home and business plumbing solutions for bathroom and kitchen...

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The Twin Cities Cluster and Regional Sewer Systems

Mar 10

The Twin Cities Cluster and Regional Sewer Systems

Lake Elmo, located in the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minnesota, is a municipality with a population of just over 8,000.  Regional sewer was not available to Lake Elmo until 1992. Before then, the entire community was served by onsite wastewater systems.  The community believed that along with regional sewer came high-density development to pay for the high...

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Sewer Main Rehab in St. Paul

Aug 28

Sewer Main Rehab in St. Paul

The Metropolitan Council Environmental Services is busy at work with sewer main rehabilitations in St. Paul.  The City has actively planned these repairs (in stages) to the sanitary sewer lines due to the deteriorating condition along 101st Ave N. from US to Noble.  In the interim, temporary pipes will be placed in the location and will be fully operational. ...

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Fridley Revises Sewer Infrastructure

Aug 12

Fridley Revises Sewer Infrastructure

Residents of Fridley, a sewer improvement project is beginning next month and will last through Sept. 2016. The Metropolitan Council Environmental Services hosted an information session at City hall last week to present a description of the necessary work for our sewer structure. If you missed your chance to ask questions, no worries, simply call the staff at MCES....

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