Pittsburgh deals with its aging sewer system

06/9/2003 | Environmental Design + Construction

The region has a particular problem with storm water quality, as many of its combined storm/sewer lines overflow with even a small amount of rainfall. A proposed $25 million expansion of Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, located on a hilltop area in Schenley Park, will demonstrate ways to manage both the quantity and the quality of storm water flows in an urban landscape such as Pittsburgh.

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