The sewage leak at Cove Island has been successfully fixed, according to a report released by the Darien Department of Public Works on Friday, Feb. 28, at 4:50 p.m. Darien has been aware of the leak since Valentine’s Day, but problems with valves and delays in shipping of new parts kept the leak active for the past two weeks. Continue reading
The sewage leak that sent at least 800 gallons of sludge onto Cove Island in Stamford has been fixed, according to a report released by the Darien Department of Public Works on Friday, Feb. 28. Continue reading
It could cost Darien upwards of $25,000 to fix a sewage leak that sent possibly several thousand gallons of raw sewage trickling onto the beach at Cove Island Park in Stamford over the past two weeks. Continue reading
Raw sewage continues to leak more than two weeks after it was first discovered by a man walking his dog on Cove Island Park in Stamford. Continue reading
When we open up our faucet and let water pour out, we’re engaging in the miracle of modern plumbing that began hundreds of years ago and today remains a staple of civilization. Continue reading
In the wake of much controversy, Nutri-Blend’s permit application to apply biosolids on 1,555 acres in Goochland was approved by the State Water Control Board on Oct. 26. Continue reading
Residents, county officials, and state agencies were all present for the public hearing on the biosolids application permit in Goochland on August 3.
The Virginia-based company NutriBlend has requested a land application permit which would allow the company to spread biosolids onto 1,555 acres in Goochland. There are nine Goochland residents hoping to receive the inexpensive fertilizer, including Goochland resident Paul Lanier who has almost 1,100 acres registered to receive biosolids. Continue reading