The Cumberland River is one of Nashville’s greatest resources and a special ingredient in the quality of life in Music City. The Cumberland is an attraction for water enthusiast, a destination for recreation, leisure and entertainment, and a magnet for economic investment. Much of the sewer system is old and lacks the capacity to handle the current volume of sewage and storm water. The Clean Water Nashville Overflow Abatement Program, recently established, and building upon decades of work in addressing sewer capacity issues, will update infrastructure to reduce sewer overflows. The goal is also to reduce health risks associated with exposure to bacteria and contaminants, and improve water quality in the Cumberland River and the associated streams, creeks and tributaries. The program to improve the wastewater system infrastructure will provide lasting benefits for future generations by addressing wet weather sewer overflows and increasing the sewer capacity.
For residents who would like to learn more about the happenings at the Cumberland River Center, there are a series of interesting and interactive lectures on the sustainability initiatives for the River. Discussion topics next month will be on flood risk management, hydropower, navigation, recreation, water quality, water supply, and fish and wildlife benefits for the region.
Memphis, have you registered yet for the NASTT’s No-Dig Show? It’s being held this month in Dallas. The NASTT No-Dig show is the largest trenchless technology conference in North America. Professionals attend to learn new techniques that will save money and improve infrastructure. We’ll have many fascinating, informative demo’s on the latest trenchless technologies along with exhibits, products and resources on all of our services locally and nationwide. You won’t want to miss it!
Gaylord Texan Hotel & Convention Center/ March 20th-24th
1501 Gaylord Trail
Grapevine, TX 76051