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Infrastructure Project Impact on Economic Stability

Dear Client Friends and Industry Partners

Bolton & Menk believes that all people should live in a safe, sustainable, and beautiful community and we take pride in our ability to make that happen, even in times of uncertainty. Like you, our top priority is beating COVID-19, and we have adjusted our business practices to work towards that end.

A Low Salt Diet: Reducing Chlorides in the Morris Community

High levels of salt in the environment can cause safety concerns in many different areas, from the health of aquatic life and community residents to the functionality of infrastructure. Salt (chloride) enters the ecosystem from many different sources, in Minnesota about 22% of the chloride mass in receiving waters comes from wastewater treatment plants, according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). In Morris, Minnesota this problem has been realized, and resolved at the source.

An Important Message from Bolton & Menk

Today we are all encountering uncharted territories with growing concerns over the impact of COVID-19. Though it has brought disruption and uncertainty, Bolton & Menk’s top priority is to do what we can to stop the spread of COVID-19. Our ultimate purpose remains unchanged – building safe, sustainable, and beautiful communities for all our clients.

At this time, we want to let you know that we are prepared to continue to help you keep progress moving in your community. Here are some of the steps we have taken to continue to deliver on our promise:

 

 

Stormwater Collection and Use For Irrigation

 

 

 

Receding groundwater supply is a concern we all face. By capturing stormwater, it can be used to reduce pollutant discharge, manage excessive runoff volumes, and save valuable groundwater. Innovative surface water and groundwater management strategies can ensure we provide a sustainable water supply for future generations.

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