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 The sewer work will consist of replacing existing pumps (some are original from almost 70 years ago) and upgrading outdated mechanical, electrical and instrument reading equipment with newer technology.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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Restructured Sewer Systems are an Asset for Ohio Cities

Major cities throughout Ohio are at the start of, or just completing important sewer rehabilitation upgrades to enhance their respective cities. There have been many successes due to the collaboration of communities working together in order to prioritize infrastructure renewal, as well as pooling their resources. Some cities including Akron, Cincinnati, and Columbus, are currently reconciling the expense of major sewer upgrades and the financial funding that will be needed to provide such improvements. Many of these sewer rehabilitations will

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Richwood Sewer Reformation

The City of Richwood is preparing for a long anticipated project. There will be a sewer rehabilitation effort initiated in the coming months. The task will consist of a $3.4 million dollar pump station, sewer tie-ins and restructuring of the larger main. The chief factor in decision making for this enhancement is to prevent an estimated 7 million gallons of sanitary sewer overflows yearly. Currently, engineers are assessing the planned improvements and will compile information and gather data to begin

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