Florida city hastens to repair its aging sewer network

Between December 2019 and February 2020, a series of sewer main breaks led to the release of approximately 219 million gal. of raw sewage into environmentally sensitive waterways within the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The disaster served as a wake-up call, prompting the city to ramp up its efforts to rehabilitate its aging sewer network. Since then, Fort Lauderdale has progressed quickly on a key rehabilitation project, the construction of a new 7.5 mi long redundant force main that will convey untreated wastewater under pressure. The construction of this redundant force main will enable the city to repair

Balaji Hume pipes

Hume pipes

RCC Hume Pipes

Reinforced Concrete Cement Pipes

RCC Manhole Covers

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