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THEN-GOV. Lincoln Chafee toured the second phase tunnel several years ago of the Narragansett Bay Commission's $1 billion-plus Combined Sewer Overflow project. The second phase was completed in 2014. The commission is now in the design stage of the third phase of the tunnel. / COURTESY OF THE NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION

Narragansett Bay Commission gets approval to raise sewer rates

WARWICK – Sewer bills in many places in the Greater Providence area will increase slightly starting Jan. 1 after state regulators approved a package...
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Five Questions With Jeffrey Diehl

Jeffrey Diehl | CEO, Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank 1. How is the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank funded? The bank, a quasi-public corporation, does not...

Narragansett Bay Commission names Horridge as new executive director

PROVIDENCE – The Narragansett Bay Commission has named Laurie Horridge, a lawyer and veteran officer of the commission, to lead the agency as its...

Narragansett Bay Commission Appoints Laurie Horridge, Esq. as New Executive Director

The Board of Commissioners of the Narragansett Bay Commission has named Laurie Horridge, Esq. as Executive Director. Horridge will take over operations of the...
RHODE ISLAND'S Wastewater Operations Challenge team, Ocean State Alliance, placed first in two of five categories at the national Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference competition in New Orleans. Above, are Narragansett Bay Commission environmental chemist Kim Sandbach; NBC Process Monitor Ed Davies, team captain; Peter Rojas of the Cranston Wastewater Treatment Facility; and NBC Maintenance Supervisor Ryan Patnode. / COURTESY NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION/MICHAEL SPRING

R.I. wastewater-operations team among best in national competition

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s Wastewater Operations Challenge team competing in national competition at the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference won first place...
AWARD-WINNING WORK: Staff members from two Narragansett Bay Commission facilities hold awards they received for performance. / COURTESY NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION

Narragansett Bay Commission

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 8. LARGE COMPANIES | Narragansett Bay Commission Employees in R.I.: 254 Executive Director Raymond J. Marshall Questions answered by: Raymond J. Marshall What three...
RHODE ISLAND'S Ocean State Alliance Team earned a first place finish for the fourth consecutive year in the New England Water Environment Association’s annual Operations Challenge. / COURTESY NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION

R.I. team wins regional ‘Wastewater Olympics’

NEWPORT – Rhode Island’s wastewater operations challenge team “Ocean State Alliance” earned first place overall for the fourth consecutive year in the New England Water...

OER honors public sector for energy-efficiency achievements

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Office of Energy Resources recognized 12 state agencies, municipalities and higher education facilities for renewable-energy and energy-efficiency achievements, at its...
WALTER HELLER, a former district highway director for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, is one of two transportation experts named to Canadian design and engineering firm Stantec's Providence staff as a senior associate. / COURTESY STANTEC

Canadian design firm Stantec adds 2 senior associates to R.I.-based team

PROVIDENCE – The Canadian design and engineering firm Stantec has expanded its Rhode Island-based team and has named two transportation experts to its Providence...
THIS AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH shows ProvPort, with Save The Bay located south of the property, and Johnson & Wales University Harbor Campus located to the southwest. A new $22 million cement-terminal facility was recently built on the site to accept cement shipments. / COURTESY PROVPORT

City approves height variance for cement-containment dome at ProvPort

PROVIDENCE – A Canadian cement manufacturer has started importing its product through the Port of Providence and is seeking approval from state agencies to...

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