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Baxter Boulevard North Storage Conduit project
Date: 3/25/2013 Album ID: 1629695
Photos by Tim Greenway
A conduit is lowered beneath Baxter Boulevard as sections of the storage tanks were installed Monday morning in Portland after a press conference to discuss the benefits of the Baxter Boulevard North Storage Conduit project on March 25, 2013.
Tim Greenway/Staff Photographer - A conduit is lowered beneath Baxter Boulevard as sections of the storage tanks were installed Monday morning in Portland after a press conference to discuss the benefits of the Baxter Boulevard North Storage Conduit project on March 25, 2013. The project involves the installation of underground concrete box conduits, which are able to store up to two million gallons of combined sewage and storm water that can be sent to the East End Wastewater Treatment Facility instead of being discharged untreated in Back Cove.
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Tim Greenway/Staff Photographer - Workers prepare the gravel before a conduit is lowered beneath Baxter Boulevard as sections of the storage tanks were installed Monday morning in Portland after a press conference to discuss the benefits of the Baxter Boulevard North Storage Conduit project on March 25, 2013. The project involves the installation of underground concrete box conduits, which are able to store up to two million gallons of combined sewage and storm water that can be sent to the East End Wastewater Treatment Facility instead of being discharged untreated in Back Cove.
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