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Water world (caption)

Paul Levy, adjunct professor of urban studies and planning, brought students from his Solving the Infrastructure Crisis class out to the Sudbury reservoir in Southborough for a look at the MWRA transmissions section and water quality lab. Along with providing a first-hand look at where water goes before coming out of the tap, he drew students' attention to the solid work by masons who constructed the nearby dam, noting how well it has held up over time.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on February 26, 1997.

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