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Wastewater Of Over 500,000 Iowans Being Tested For Covid-19 And Variants
The DMMWRA is participating in a national program to test wastewater for the presence of COVID-19 to better track outbreaks and variants.
New Birdland Pump Station Will Improve Wastewater Capacity, Eliminate Combined Sewer Overflow
A brand-new Birdland Pump Station is being constructed in the 1800 Block of Saylor Road to meet growing capacity needs and eliminate a combined sewer overflow at the current station, which was built in 1964.
WRA Recognized at NACWA Award Ceremony
The WRA received two awards during a ceremony at the NACWA 2023 Winter Conference in Sonoma, CA.
WRA Celebrates 50 Years of Clean Water Act
50 years ago, the Clean Water Act changed wastewater management forever. Today, see how it still affects everything we do at the WRA.
Ingersoll Run Project Details
Learn more about the planned Ingersoll Run construction project timeline and the street closures that will affect traffic around the project.
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