Sandusky Getting Upgraded Sewer System

Sandusky Getting Upgraded Sewer System

The city of Sandusky’s sewer systems is getting a strengthening facelift. The 3.2 million sewer project aims to protect Lake Erie and keep the area’s greatest natural resource free from raw sewage and other untreated materials. The sewer work will consist of replacing existing pumps (some are original from almost 70 years ago) and upgrading outdated mechanical, electrical and instrument reading equipment with newer technology. Sandusky was forced by the Ohio EPA to reduce sewer overflows, preventing raw sewage and

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Homebuyers Beware: Check Those Sewer Pipes before You Purchase

Most homeowners and business owners don’t know what condition their sewer pipes are in. Most don’t even think to check them. Cincinnati is seeing that if a question was posed to these owners, those in the Cincinnati area would have no clue what state their sewer pipes are in and really won’t care to pursue further. We all take sewer pipes for granted, that is, until they don’t function and we are faced with a major leak or other issue.

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Erie Interceptor Express Sewer

The city of Springfield will begin the latest project which will likely cost millions to eliminate overflows into local waterways. The city council is set to approve the Erie Interceptor Express Sewer this month. The Express Sewer will mainly transport sanitary flows from the northwestern part of the city, directly to the Wastewater Treatment Plant in order to prevent sewage from bypassing treatment during rain events. Construction is expected to take up to two years with an anticipated completion date of

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Cincinnati’s Dry Run and Columbus’ Largest Project to Improve Sewer Tunnel

Columbus is building an underground storm sewer tunnel which will be the largest public works project in the city’s history. The 4-mile long storm water sewer tunnel is 175 feet under the city and is nearly complete with 3,000 feet to go. At 5-feet an hour, the massive 95-ton drill is doing its best to churn through miles of limestone. The city’s combined storm water and sewer system have become overloaded during heavy rains. The sewer lines have not been

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Rainy Season and Sewer Drainage Systems

Many of us are experiencing a rainy season now that summer is in full swing.  Along with the sunny delights and fanfare this time of year brings, there is also a need to think about the proper functioning of our drainage systems where we live.  It is important to know to what extent a drainage issue is prevalent.  In order to do this, a qualified fully licensed professional is needed for drain pipe cleaning. This will also maximize your awareness

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