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Public hearing on Stamford and Darien sewer rate hike tonight

                A state regulatory officer and a city official tour Stamford’s wastewater treatment facility several years ago. Stamford and Darien water users will get a chance to speak out tonight

How much is 25 million gallons of sewage? Mayor Martin explains.

STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin put the sheer magnitude of 25 million gallons of sewage into perspective Monday, telling city representatives the amount would be enough to fill the Government Center

DEEP says Stamford’s wasn’t the only sewage spill reported around the state

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says Stamford’s water treatment plant wasn’t the only plant around state to report spills of partially treated sewage during Wednesday night

WPCA Board of Directors meets tonight

  STAMFORD — The Water Pollution Control Authority Board of Directors will hold its monthly meeting tonight at the Government Center. The meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. in the Office of

Stamford left out of $277m waste water grant

STAMFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office announced Friday that the state bond commission has authorized $277 million in grants to six waste water treatment plants. Stamford is not on the list. The

WPCA board approves budget

STAMFORD — The Water Pollution Control Authority board of directors voted Wednesday to approve a $26 million operating budget for next fiscal year. The budget forecasts a 1.68 percent increase in

WPCA to vote on budget tonight

STAMFORD — The Water Pollution Control Authority Board of Directors will vote tonight on its proposed budget for next fiscal year. At its meeting earlier this month, WPCA Executive Director Bill

Power surges causes problems at WPCA

STAMFORD — The Water Pollution Control Authority suffered its sixth malfunction since mid-December Monday evening. The power failure resulted in the release of 265,000 gallons of non-disinfected

Auditing firm selected for WPCA review

ABOVE: Stamford’s Water Pollution Control Authority (ADVOCATE). STAMFORD — An auditing firm has been hired to perform a long-delayed audit of the Water Pollution Control Authority, Board of Finance

WPCA reports fifth malfunction since December

ABOVE: The Water Pollution Control Authority’s ultraviolet disinfection system STAMFORD — The Water Pollution Control Authority reported Tuesday morning its second equipment malfunction this week.