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MSD: Myth of a Blast
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MSD is constructing three major tunnels over the next few years. Two out of the three tunnels will use the technique known as "Drill & Blast." MSD staff explains this technique and shows how this technique is barely even noticeable to the surrounding area.

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MSD News and Alerts

Official MSD press releases and media alerts issued by MSD.
Apr 27,
2017
With heavy rain forecasted over the next few days for the St. Louis region, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) crews are doing normal/proactive maintenance work and responding to customer calls as received.
Apr 10,
2017
Floods are the most common and most costly natural disaster. The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District is reminding residents in its service area of the impacts of flooding with its annual Know Your Zone initiative to increase overall flood zone awareness.
Mar 3,
2017
Contractors with the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) will close the outer northbound lane of Lemay Ferry Road between Keller Plaza Drive and Mehl Avenue beginning Tuesday, March 7, 2017, to repair a wastewater sewer main that has collapsed. The lane restrictions are expected to last a little over a month. Digital traffic signs will be placed throughout the area guiding drivers to alternate routes while the necessary repairs are made. 
Oct 7,
2016
Crews with the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer

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MSD Blog

Official MSD blog posts issued by MSD
Here is the final report on MSD’s efforts to protect the wastewater treatment system and prevent basement backups during the recent flooding:
Here is the latest update on MSD’s efforts to protect the wastewater treatment system and prevent basement backups during the current flooding:
Here is the latest update (May 3) on MSD’s efforts to protect the wastewater treatment system and prevent basement backups during the current flooding:

MSD in the News

News About MSD from Around The Web
KTVI
For many, the 2017 flood is another test of their spirit. For the St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District, it's another test of the water. They test for things you’ve heard of, like E. coli, and things you likely haven’t heard of: benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene, trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Area water and sewer utilities said late Wednesday that major treatment facilities were still operational and appear to have cleared a major hurdle with floodwater along much of the Meramec River starting to recede.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The old adage "you can't get there from here" may soon become the mantra of a large section of the St. Louis metro area, as flooding cuts off key routes between St. Louis and Jefferson counties.
KTVI
Just a short drive from the soccer park sits MSD's Fenton treatment plant which is getting extra protection after the Meramec River submerged the facility in 2015.

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