Kansas City agrees to invest $2.5 billion in sewer infrastructure after violating Clean Water Act

Like many older cities in the U.S., Kansas City, Missouri's wastewater and rainwater travel through the same set of sewer pipes (aka combined sewer). During heavy rainfalls, the increased volume of rainwater and sewage can exceed the capacity of the wastewater treatment plant resulting in discharge ...

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