Many City Water Resources Department customers may not be aware that they can easily track their water usage now online.
The Water Resources Recovery Facility, formerly known as the Sinking Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant, has increased capacity 50 percent following a major expansion. The facility is located at 2032 Blanton Drive in Murfreesboro, TN 37129.
"We are proud of the measurable impact Stormwater controls are having on Spring Branch and area habitat," said City Stormwater Coordinator Robert Haley. "Structures such as bioretention and grassy swales in Old Fort Park are creating ..."
The City of Murfreesboro Water & Sewer Department (MWSD) is embracing a new name to reflect the future of how water is utilized.
The Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department was the recent victim of a threat. Apparently, the threat was made by an 80 year old customer.
The consortium noted that Murfreesboro, Tennessee's Water & Sewer Department was one of only two utilities in the Kentucky-Tennessee region honored with this prestigious accolade.
The Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department (MWSD) recently "earned a perfect score of 599 points out of a possible 599 for a numerical score of 100%" from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TEDC).
The Murfreesboro Water & Sewer Department (MWSD) is currently in the process of upgrading all water meters to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of accurate meter readings.
In February WGNS learned that the Murfreesboro City Council approved a $30.5 million expansion of the Sinking Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant...
The theme of Earth Day this year is water... keeping it clean and conserving H2O. Amy Byers organizes the annual event which will be this Saturday...
The City of Murfreesboro will conduct a neighborhood public meeting in the library at Cason Lane Academy, Tuesday, April 28, 2015, from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., to provide an opportunity for public comment on the proposed Spence Creek Watershed Study.
Talk about an odd situation, a cashier at Murfreesboro Water and Sewer opened an envelope the water company received in the mail and inside was some type of a substance.
The new Customer Information System (CIS) for electronic payment will include credit cards, debit cards and electronic check payments.
Tennessee comes in at number ten for water related losses, according to insurance claims...
Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department (MWSD) recently received a score of 97 on their system’s operation from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC).
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