DEP debuts new truck to clean city sewers

The Department of Environmental Protection is debuting two new trucks that can vacuum debris from the city?s largest sewers.The vactor trucks collect up to 3

The Department of Environmental Protection is debuting two new trucks that can vacuum debris from the city?s largest sewers.

The vactor trucks collect up to 3 tons of sediment and debris each day through a 30-foot hose. Some of the items found in the sewers have been illegally dumped and range from bricks and construction materials to household mattresses.

A recent flood on Carroll Street...

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