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On August 27, the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department’s 11-foot-diameter sanitary and storm sewer interceptor in Macomb County failed.
After the June 3 levee break that inundated a 12,000-acre island in the San Joaquin Delta, a call went out to Florida for specialized high-volume pumps to help recover the valuable farmland.
When the worst drought in years threatened the lifeline of water to the burgeoning population of Southern Florida, threatening countless farms and cities, South Florida Water Management District managers installed a new pumping system to overcome the challenge.
With no substantial rain and only glorious sunshine in the forecast, the Everglades demanded emergency human measures on Wednesday to drown one of the largest muck fires in recent years and stifle the acrid smoke pouring over South Florida communities each morning.