The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) is encouraging facilities that have been vacant for an extended period to use guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure optimal water quality in buildings.
"With regard to COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control have noted that chlorine (used by our plant daily) is effective in eliminating the virus through the disinfection process for drinking water supplies..."
The Town of Smyrna loan comes from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund Loan Program. It will address wastewater treatment plant expansion to allow for treatment capacity of 9 million gallons per day.
This clarification comes after some farmers in Rutherford, Bedford, Coffee and Cannon Counties voiced their concerns about the unfair impact they felt this would have had on their ponds and even on some of the streams that travel through their farmlands.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) Commissioner David Salyers today announced a loan for $886,000 for the Town of Bell Buckle to improve water infrastructure.
Many veterans fought to protect their country on foreign soil, and now it's their homeland they want to protect.
Murfreesboro City Council votes to create a new role, the Utilities Director will be over both the Water Resources Department and Electric Department which will be streamlined into the City's organizational structure.
During the meeting, new board members will be voted on and the Cumberland River Compact's Stream Adoption Program will be discussed.
Many City Water Resources Department customers may not be aware that they can easily track their water usage now online.
"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 city of La Vergne is currently experiencing D-1 or "Moderate Drought" conditions...
Crews were told that a woman was kayaking, her boat filled with water, and she was holding on to a tree limb somewhere on the Stones River along the 1500 block of Broad Street.
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...
Recreational Water Illnesses, or RWIs, are caused by germs spread to people by swallowing, breathing in vapors of, or having contact with contaminated water in swimming pools, water parks, hot tubs, fountains, lakes, rivers, springs, ponds or oceans.
There have been a lot of questions about the letter water customers in La Vergne have been receiving this week in the mail...
Middle Tennessee State University and the City of Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department will hold a public meeting Sept. 23 to highlight the annual report and outcomes of the campus stormwater program.
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...
The Murfreesboro Water & Sewer Board provided a glimpse into the future of residential billing and leak detection, which they hope to have operational by next year...
The arctic-like temperatures of the last week have caused a huge jump in water consumption in La Vergne, putting an enormous demand on the water supply.
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