Ahoy! SoundGuardian Boosts Wastewater Work on Puget Sound

Named after a Seattle band, the SoundGuardian is tackling environmental issues in Washington's Puget Sound. Find out how a boat is making life easier for operators.
Ahoy! SoundGuardian Boosts Wastewater Work on Puget Sound
SoundGuardian, a 48-foot catamaran named loosely for the famous Seattle band Soundgarden, has already let operators cut costs, increase service and spend less time on the water while boosting King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division’s regulatory compliance and monitoring programs.

A new high-tech research vessel is helping wastewater professionals improve the safety, scope and efficiency of water-quality monitoring efforts in Washington’s Puget Sound.

Oh, and the boat has a cool grunge-inspired moniker, too.

This past summer, scientists at King...

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