Tuesday, February 2, 2016

News and stuff

If you're tired of hearing about last night's Iowa caucuses and you're not yet ready to jump into Super Bowl madness, try some of these river-related things from around the Internet.

The hydroelectric plant at the Smithland Locks and Dam is one of several projects mentioned in an article by International Water Power and Dam Construction.

People in Indiana are talking about building a riverport near Cincinnati.

And two wastewater treatment plants in the Dayton, Ohio, area want more time to comply with regulations limiting how much phosphorus they can discharge into a tributary of the Ohio River. The regulations have to do with slowing the growth of algae blooms like the one we had last year.

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