WARWICK, RI — The Department of Environmental Management has fined the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA) $27,500 and ordered an infrastructure review following two 2018 sewer pipe collapses discharging 300,000 gallons […]
STATE HOUSE – Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank presented $7.8 million in savings to 26 municipalities and utilities today, including the Warwick Sewer Authority, at its annual State House Legislative Day. […]
Two years ago, federal, State and City officials broke ground on a $17 million upgrade of the Warwick Wastewater Treatment Facility girding the site against a 500-year flood event, and they celebrated its completion Thursday.
WARWICK, R.I. — Archaeological work required for final design of the Bayside Sewer Community Project began in the neighborhood this week, the Warwick Sewer Authority announced. According to a release […]
WARWICK, RI —While Warwick Sewer Authority personnel were using smoke testing to find evidence of Hydrogen Sulfide, (H2S), the rotten-egg smelling, corrosive gas leaking from sewer lines along Cedar Swamp Road, they took the opportunity to have make a quick inspection of the nearby sewer pump station.
WARWICK, RI — Hydrogen Sulfide, (H2S), the rotten-egg smelling gas responsible for the complaints of odors from sewer lines along Cedar Swamp Road, is invisible, so getting a look at the spots it’s leaking into the neighborhood required blowing smoke through local city and private infrastructure.
WARWICK, RI — Within a few hours of the Warwick Sewer Authority’s smoke test of sewer lines along Cedar Swamp Road, Executive Director Janine Burke-Wells had a few answers about the cause of complaints of hydrogen sulfide odors.
WARWICK, RI — The mystery cause of odors from sewer lines along Cedar Swamp Road, a long-time source of area residents’ complaints, may soon be uncovered as the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA) conducts a “smoke test” of the system there.