It has mind-bending traffic, an antiquated sewer system and scores of sprawling single-family homes. So Washington, D.C. may seem like a tough city to transform into the eco-friendly metropolis of the future. But the head of D.C.’s Department of the Environment says an influx of federal stimulus funds will make a big difference. Join Kojo as we explore new ways to “green” the nation’s capital.


  • George Hawkins General Manager, D.C. Water

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