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The completion of this intercepting sewer made possible the diversion of sewage from Tacony Creek, which was formerly delivered from the sewer systems at Ashdale Street, Bingham Street and Champlost Avenue Consolidation --Under Act of Consolidation, City of Philadelphia absorbed all the municipalities in Philadelphia County, expanding from 2 square miles to more than square miles.
Afterthe U. Further inquiry revealed that the type of vessel that would now use the channel would draw 12 feet of water and would require a channel depth of 15 feet.
Where combined sewers are in place, the underground tributaries also contribute to the effects of combined sewer overflows. Airy has served to open for developing a tract of more than acres.
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See also note under InTacony Creek Park was confirmed on the city plan. In any case, the industrial pollution of the creek continued with direct discharges from various factories. InKnappen Engineering Co. Airy -- Extension of the Wingohocking Dating advice singapore to Mt.
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Traffic was limited to small barges and schooners and probably was carried under adverse conditions because of the winding channel and shallow depths. Government, though requested, did nothing to help the City maintain a navigable channel in Frankford Creek.
The initial flow to the plant consisted of 25 million gallons per day mgd from Wingohocking Creek.
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Click here for an overview of previous projects for improvement along the creek from the Knappen Report. The flooding is one of those forseeable phenomena the costly consequences of which would have been prevented. Wingohocking Sewer -- Work continues on Wingohocking Sewer system. Inone of the final pieces of Knappen's plan was completed, when, on October 17, the new diversion channel was opened that carried the creek directly to Delaware River, avoiding the long loop through Bridesburg and past the Frankford Arsenal.
Construction continued on the Little Tacony Creek system. The following year, plans were approved and contracts were awarded for various portions of the Frankford Creek Collecting Sewer, including the Grit Chamber. The entire dam was later torn down and not rebuilt.
That year the course of the creek was changed between Kensington Avenue and Frankford Avenue. On October 25, the Interstate Commission on the Delaware River Incodel petitioned the Sanitary Water Board to bring action against Philadelphia to stop its discharge of million gallons a day discharge of raw sewage into the Schuylkill and the Delaware Rivers.
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Hampton Moore in referred to the creek as the 'Frankford Sewage Canal. It would be almost thirty years before the other two treatment plants called for by the comprehensive plan are brought on line.
Interceptors and Great Depression -- Minor work still needed to complete Frankford Intercepting System, but the continued slowdown due to the Great Depression put off that and most other public works projects.
Work on this sewer continued into the s until the creek was finally obliterated from the city maps