A Vested Interest

Despite a tight budget, the team in Jamestown, R.I., steps up to deal with droughts and high wet-weather flows, earning praise for efficiency
A Vested Interest
David Green, assistant superintendent, opens a mud valve to supply flow to the 63,000-gallon secondary clarifier (Ovivo).

A team of three does it all at the Jamestown (R.I.) Wastewater Treatment Facility, from dealing with I&I and droughts to operating on a limited budget.

Jamestown is a picturesque island community on Narragansett Bay with 5,400 year-round residents. The treatment plant,...

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