Excerpt from Nineteenth Annual Report of the Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Works: For the Year 1919
Report of Director and Chief Engineer of Water Division, Organization, Construction, Meters and Connections, Additional 36-inch Low-service Pipe Line for East Boston, Northern Extra High-service 16-inch Pipe Line for Lexington, Southern Extra High-service 12 - inch Pipe Line for Hyde Park and Milton, Maintenance, Rainfall and Yield of Watersheds, Storage Reservoirs, Wachusett Reservoir, Sudbury Reservoir, Framingham Reservoir N o. 3, Framingham Reservoirs Nos. 1 and 2, Ashland, Hopkinton and Whitehall Reservoirs, Farm Pond, Lake Cochituate, Aqueducts, Wachusett Aqueduct, Sudbury Aqueduct, Weston Aqueduct, Cochituate Aqueduct, Protection of the Water Supply, Sanitary Inspection, Filtration and Chlorination, Improvement of Swamps and Brooks, Purchase of Land, Clinton Sewage - disposal Works, Forestry, Wachusett Lands, Sudbury and Cochituate Lands, Distribution Reservoir Lands, Hydro-electric Service, Wachusett Service, Sudbury Service, Distribution Pumping Service, Chestnut Hill Pumping Stations, Spot Pond Pumping Station, Arlington Pumping Station, Hyde Park Pumping Station, Distribution Reservoirs, Weston Reservoir, Chestnut Hill, Fisher Hill and Waban Hill Reservoirs, Spot Pond, Fells and Bear Hill Reservoirs, Bellevue and Forbes Hill Reservoirs, Arlington and Mystic Reservoirs, Mystic Lake, Conduit and Pumping Station, Grounds at Arlington and Hyde Park Pumping Stations, Distribution Pipe Lines, Low-service Mains in East Boston, Pipe Bridges, Pipe Yards, Meters, Regulating Valves and Recording Pressure Gages, Breaks and Leaks, Emergency Pipe Line Service, Consumption of Water, Installation of Meters on Service Pipes, Water supplied outside of Metropolitan Water District, Quality of the Water, Engineering.
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