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Imagine a Day Without Water September 15, 2016
The Value of Water Coalition reaches out nationwide to inform us about the value of water to the economy, environment and the social well-being of our Country. Tomorrow (September 15) they ask residents to -- Imagine a Day Without Water. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czrAmuF53Co
"Flow the St. Joe" -- cancelled
Celebrate Pollution Prevention Week September 19 - 25, 2016
FORT WAYNE -- Pollution prevention is any practice that reduces, eliminates or prevents pollution at the source. Reducing the amount of pollution produced means less waste to control or treat and better protection for our vital natural resources. Pollution prevention is also a key to protecting public health. Read more....
Fort Wayne Closes State Revolving Fund Loan Published 7/12/16
State makes it possible for the City of Fort Wayne to make needed Wastewater Treatment Plant improvements.
INDIANAPOLIS—The City of Fort Wayne closed a low-interest loan, in the amount of $108,000,000, through the Indiana Finance Authority’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Loan Program to finance needed improvements to its wastewater system and treatment plant. By utilizing the SRF Loan Program instead of securing a traditional loan, the City of Fort Wayne will save an estimated $23,339,619 of interest expense over the life of the loan.
Construction of upgrades and improvements to the Fort Wayne wastewater system and treatment plant were financed by the CWSRF. The CWSRF program is administered by the Indiana Finance Authority with joint funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the State of Indiana. The project includes rehabilitation in the sewer system, improvements at the wastewater treatment plant, improvements to the wet weather ponds and the construction of a deep tunnel to store higher flows during wet weather. Fort Wayne has considered climate resiliency by including components that are intentionally designed in anticipation of greater rainfall intensity in future years. The project will reduce operational costs of the wastewater system and treatment plant and provide water quality and health benefits by reducing combined sewer overflow events to the St Mary’s, St Joseph and Upper Maumee Rivers thereby improving the environment for community residents and businesses in Fort Wayne.
CWSRF programs operate around the country to provide states and communities the resources necessary to maintain and improve the infrastructure that protects our valuable water resources nationwide.
Water Quality Reports for 2015 Published 6/24/16
Prior to July 1 of each year, City Utilities is required to publish, and mail to all of our customers, a report on water quality for the previous calendar year. During 2015, City Utilities operated three drinking water treatment and distribution systems and a report has been created for each. See reports...
Prevent Flooding... Check Storm Drains 5/12/16
This week’s heavy rains have pushed debris into storm sewer inlets. With rain storms expected this evening, City Utilities is asking residents to help reduce the possibility of street flooding by cleaning debris from street drains before rain begins to fall.
Drains clogged with debris prevent stormwater from flowing into the storm system.
City Utilities' Engineer Recognized for Leadership 4/20/16
At an awards ceremony in Carmel, Mark Gensic, an engineer with Fort Wayne City Utilities, received the Professional Practice Ethic sand Leadership Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers, Indiana Chapter. The award recognizes a licensed professional engineer-leader who has demonstrated superior ethics and leadership in their profession.
Gensic, a 36-year veteran in the engineering field, has worked in both the private and public sector. In his role with City Utilities, Mark has led the design and construction of hundreds of projects to improve efficiency and service. Those projects have included multiple expansions at the City’s wastewater treatment plant, which have greatly increased capacity and will serve many future generations. Read more...