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November

15
NOV

Utility line break at South Treatment Plant is quickly contained, water released was fully treated
King County Wastewater Treatment Division crews quickly responded to a broken pipe carrying fully treated wastewater at the South Treatment Plant campus on Saturday, Nov. 14.

5
NOV

King County Flood Warning Center to close as rain eases and flows stabilize on Snoqualmie River
With rain diminishing and stream flows stabilizing, the King County Flood Warning Center is planning to close at 10 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 5, following about 10 hours of closely monitoring minor flooding along the Snoqualmie River. County employees will continue to monitor weather forecasts and stream conditions.

5
NOV

King County Flood Warning Center opens as more rain brings another minor flood threat to Snoqualmie River
The King County Flood Warning Center opened at 11:45 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 5, to monitor potential minor flooding from heavy rainfall along the Snoqualmie River.

5
NOV

King County launches Sewer Heat Recovery pilot program
Commercial property owners and developers have the opportunity to extract and re-purpose heat energy from sewer pipes through the King County Wastewater Treatment Division’s new Sewer Heat Recovery pilot program. King County invites commercial property owners and developers to apply for consideration as potential users.

4
NOV

King County Flood Warning Center closes following brief period of monitoring high flows along Snoqualmie River
The King County Flood Warning Center closed at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4, after monitoring high flows on the Snoqualmie River for several hours. County employees will continue to monitor weather forecasts and stream conditions.

4
NOV

King County Flood Warning Center opens as rain brings minor flooding to Snoqualmie River
The King County Flood Warning Center opened at 8:45 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4, after hours of heavy rainfall led to minor flooding along the Snoqualmie River.