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As rain persists in New Orleans and other locations, such as Lake Charles and St. Bernard, many residents are making plans to get useful flood protection. The St. Bernard flood protection system covers more than 35 miles and protects against storm surge as high as...

New Orleans is currently participating in a proactive program for residents to take part in. The Greater New Orleans Water Collaborative main goal to help homeowners remove excessive concrete or asphalt in front of their homes. The Water Management Strategy called for significant and lasting...

In recent weeks, New Orleans residents have been required to boil water on two separate occasions due to power failures.  The City is ramping up their tactics for better strategies to prevent this from happening again. As a first step, the Sewer & Water Board...

Due to a Power Outage at the Claiborne Treatment Plant, New Orleans is issuing a boil water advisory as water samples are in the process of being monitored and evaluated.  While the city is testing for contaminants, residents are asked to not use tap water when...

Many of us are experiencing a rainy season now that summer is in full swing.  Along with the sunny delights and fanfare this time of year brings, there is also a need to think about the proper functioning of our drainage systems where we live. ...

In New Orleans the history is present in the streets. Older historic buildings line the streets and the infrastructure is just as old as the buildings. Using Perma-Liner™ Cured-in-place-pipe lining systems helps add 50 years or more lifespan to these creole pipes. With the city...

The sanitary sewer system of New Orleans consists of 1,600 miles of lateral sewer pipes starting at 8 inches in diameter. The design of the sewer system started in 1898, and today like any sewer system continual maintenance and repairs are done routinely. The Sewer...