Yearly Archives: 2014

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Case Study: Tower Avenue South Sewer Separation

By: Michael Errickson, PE, DTC Project Engineer — Many neighborhoods located in the city of Hartford, Connecticut are served by combined sewers conveying both sanitary sewage and storm drainage. Significant rainfall events inundate the sewer pipe network resulting in discharges of untreated sewage directly to the Connecticut River.

The owner of the combined sewer network, the […]

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Now is the Time to Test for Radon At Your School

By: Joy Kloss, CHMM, DTC Project Engineer — You may have heard the term “radon” before, maybe on the news or at your local health department, but the truth is few actually know what it is, or the effects it can have on you and your child.

What is radon?
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that […]

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DTC Engineers Visit Bishop Woods

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (February 27, 2014) – Held annually in February, Engineers Week is an event designed to increase understanding and interest in careers in science and engineering. In honor of this event, several DTC engineers visited the 6th graders of Bishop Woods Executive Academy in New Haven to teach them about engineering and compete […]

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Engineers Week 2014

The engineers from DTC recall what inspired them to pursue careers in engineering.

Happy Engineers Week from everyone at Team DTC!

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