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Archive for June, 2019

How to Safely Dispose of Fireworks

If you choose to use fireworks in a region that allows them,* please keep the following disposal tips in mind: Used fireworks If disposed of improperly, used fireworks can pose a danger to employees who handle trash at local transfer stations. Make sure used fireworks are completely burned out and cooled down by submerging them […]

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Golden Gardens Beach Closed to Water Activities Due to Sewer Overflow

UPDATE: July 1, 2019Golden Gardens is back open! Based on the most recent water tests, conditions have improved greatly and the water at Golden Gardens beach is now safe for contact. SPU crews removed “Closed” signs in the early afternoon of July 1. UPDATE: June 28, 2019Seattle Public Utilities and Seattle/King County Public Health are […]

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Top Takeaways From the Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

Seattle has some of the best water in the nation—water that is fresh, safe and tastes great. Each year we send a Drinking Water Quality Report to every residential mailing address in Seattle, so that you can learn what makes our city’s water so great. As always, this year’s report contains water quality testing results, […]

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Project Spotlight: Pump Station 43 Emergency Force Main Replacement Project

Just west of the Ballard Locks, nearly 50 feet below the floor of the Ship Canal, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) recently installed a new sewer force main to bring flows from the north side of the waterway to the south to be discharged into the King County Lawton Tunnel and ultimately conveyed to King County’s […]

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