Crews working for the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) diverted this weekend what had been an ongoing sewage leak from an 8-inch line that was discovered inside a much larger storm drain in the Clipper Mill area.
Fall is the perfect time to refresh, renew & reinvigorate Baltimore communities. The Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) stands ready to help residents clear their homes of clutter by shredding documents, and properly disposing of household hazardous waste.
Turns out Baltimore has its own fatberg in its sewer systems – a congealed lump of fat, along with wet wipes and other items that do not break down in sewer systems. A massive plug of grease has been growing, far below the surface, in a midtown sewer main.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works has become aware of water bills that were recently sent out with a shortened reading period. The shortened reads were caused by a glitch when a security patch was installed on the billing computer.