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Clean Solutions Omaha
This site will help you understand what an overflow is and steps Omaha is taking to reduce raw sewage from overflowing into the Missouri River, Papillion Creek. An overflow, called a CSO, happens during wet weather (rains or snowmelts) when stormwater enters the sewer system along with sanitary sewage and the capacity is inadequate. Currently this occurs about 58 times a year in Omaha.
National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA)
The National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) is the largest trade association working solely for the underground utility construction industry. The association represents contractors, suppliers, and manufacturers involved in water, sewer, gas, electric, telecommunications, site work, and other segments of the industry across the country.
Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry
The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry, is the “Voice of Nebraska Business” and assists the Chamber in serving Nebraska businesses by promoting a responsive government and economic growth.
National Safety Council – Greater Omaha Chapter
Founded in 1924, the National Safety Council, Greater Omaha Chapter is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, community-based organization and an accredited chapter of the National Safety Council. The Council promotes safety and health by providing programs, resource services and education to prevent both the personal and economic loss associated with injuries, accidents and health hazards wherever they exist.
Liquid Assets is a public media and outreach initiative that seeks to inform the nation about the critical role that our water infrastructure plays in protecting public health and promoting economic prosperity. Combining a ninety-minute documentary with a community toolkit for facilitating local involvement, Liquid Assets explores the history, engineering, and political and economic challenges of our water infrastructure, and engages communities in local discussion about public water and wastewater issues.