Can't Be Stopped

New Jersey’s Rahway Valley team looks to be the best, whether treating daily flows efficiently or fending off the fury of Hurricane Sandy.
Can't Be Stopped
Operators at the Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority kept their plant working during Superstorm Sandy. Naim Franklin is shown in more tranquil times measuring the sludge blanket in a final clarifier. (Photography by Jeffrey Herring)

The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority commissioners took a beating from the public when they approved a $170 million clean-water plant upgrade, finished in 2009. As it turned out, that up grade and expansion saved residents and the environment a great deal of grief when Superstorm...

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