CLINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - Phase II of a plan to reduce the amount of wastewater entering waterways is set to begin next week in Clinton, Indiana.
According to project documents, wastewater overflows fifty-nine times in a typical year and the city is required to get that number down to no more than six.
Crews will start the work at the end of Main Street near Vine and continue down Main to the north side of town. They'll be installing new storm sewers to dedicate the existing combined sewer to sanitary service.
Phase II could be done in three months.
This is just part of what will be a ten million dollar project spanning twenty years.
- Clinton wastewater project phase II begins along Main Street next week
- Phase one on main street project begins
- Second phase of 7th Street project set to begin soon
- Vincennes Main street project underway
- Residents deal with wastewater problem
- Vincennes one step closer to starting Main Street Project
- Board of Public Works approves a street project to enter bidding phase
- Paving projects continue in Clinton
- City of Clinton works to match INDOT grant for 9th Street Project
- Work begins on Hart street bridge