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Madison Metro Sewer
Established in 1930 to protect the upper Yahara watershed, Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District is a leader in sustainability and resource reclamation.
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Madison Metro Sewer Jun 26
Congratulations to all who joined and for a institute focused on adaptive leadership – a framework that emphasizes systemic, practical strategies to address challenges with no clear technical solutions. Well done!
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Madison Metro Sewer Jun 24
Adaptive leadership helps us capture the promise of tomorrow by making the most of the dynamic world around us. is pleased to host the 's Leadership Institute on adaptive leadership. Welcome to all participants!
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Madison Metro Sewer Jun 24
will share Northeast Interceptor project plans, traffic management, soil and groundwater sampling and more at a community meeting Thursday, June 27 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Carl Sandburg Elementary School in Madison. Learn more:
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Madison Metro Sewer Jun 7
TOUR DE SEWER CONTINUES TODAY! Join and celebrate with free tours of the district’s Nine Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant. Meet at noon or 4:30 p.m. at the intersection of the Capital City bike trail and South Towne Drive for the half hour ride!
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Madison Metro Sewer May 23
Dozens of white pelicans are on the scene 's 140 acre wildlife observation unit, part of 's Capital Springs State Recreation Area. Bring some binoculars for best viewing. ;
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Madison Metro Sewer May 23
customers this week joined with business and nonprofit execs to talk about reducing storm water inflows, protecting against phosphorus and chloride and dealing with emerging contaminants. The conversation will continue. Learn more:
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Madison Metro Sewer May 19
Join for a customer and community meeting 5/22/10 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the district’s Maintenance and Training Facility, 1610 Moorland Road. Register here and sign up for one of the breakout groups!
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Madison Metro Sewer May 14
Thanks to Jillian Kiss and the public service team from ! They spent Tuesday afternoon clearing invasive species from the 140 acre Wildlife Observation Unit manages in the Capital Springs State Recreation Area. Have a great conference!
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Madison Metro Sewer May 8
is thrilled to work with , Dane County and City of Madison in signing a letter of intent to work with in further partnership to achieve water quality goals for the Yahara chain of lakes.
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Madison Metro Sewer Apr 18
Work with us to help reduce phosphorus in the Yahara Watershed. Check out the Yahara WINS grant program here: .
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Madison Metro Sewer Apr 12
proud to host Costa Rican leaders from La Fortuna and Monteverde working to build their own wastewater treatment plants back home. Leaders said sustainable management of water resources is imperative for their region’s environment, economy and community.
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Madison Metro Sewer Apr 5
Commission President Thomas Hovel and commissioners Mary Swanson and Thomas Wilson made the case for clean water infrastructure during the at . Thanks to , and plus for listening!
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Madison Metro Sewer Mar 21
is pleased to partner with through a $12,000 district innovation grant to help optimize, fund and install high efficiency water softeners for low- and moderate income residents. More: . Happy
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Madison Metro Sewer Mar 20
Thanks to customer and community members who attended 's meeting on pollution prevention, , education and more. To stay in touch with the progress on the issues, visit: and subscribe to the email list!
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Madison Metro Sewer Mar 18
Fats, oils, grease and wipes clog pipes! Join on 3/20 at 7:30 a.m. to talk about pollution prevention and the need to reinvest in the region’s water infrastructure. RSVP here: . Take public survey here:
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Madison Metro Sewer Mar 7
Join for a customer and community meeting 03/20/19 from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the district’s Maintenance Facility, 1610 Moorland Road, Madison, 53713. Help inform the discussion, take survey here: . Join us, RSVP here:
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Madison Metro Sewer Feb 12
happy to host Yahara Watershed Academy to inform new generation of champions for our lakes. District CED Michael Mucha shared a vision for the future, where water supports thriving communities and healthy ecosystems.
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Madison Metro Sewer Feb 4
captured a record volume of phosphorus from the wastewater stream and returned an increased volume of clean water to the environment during 2018! Read more:
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Madison Metro Sewer Jan 31
While the sub-zero temperatures have kept many schools and businesses closed, staff members and the Nine Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant have been hard at work protecting public health and the environment.
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Madison Metro Sewer Jan 24
and put safety into practice with a training session on confined space rescue at Pumping Station 13. The station serves DeForest, Waunakee and Madison’s northeast side and extends almost three stories underground.
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