Construction now underway on a major Duwamish River water quality project 

Crossposted from Clean Water Stories 

Our Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station Project team celebrated a major milestone late last week, as local dignitaries gathered to help them break ground on this $262 million project. 

When it’s completed in 2022, the new station will keep up to 70 million gallons of stormwater mixed with sewage out of the Duwamish River during heavy rains. The project will protect water quality and keep a promise to invest in the environmental and economic health of the local community. 

Read more at Clean Water Stories