11 Sep Heavy Rain Prompts Sewer Overhaul in Valdosta
Many parts of the nation are experiencing heavier than usual rainfall. This also means there is a better chance of sewer overflows and leaky pipelines. The City of Valdosta has had its share and is now undergoing a sewer overhaul. Recently, the amount of rain totaled 7.5 inches causing four manholes to overflow, as well as, 257,000 gallons of wastewater to flow into Sugar Creek. The manholes overflowed from the Force main and are in the process of being rehabilitated. While the project is underway, it will most likely continue through the summer of next year. The sewer upgrade will replace a 54″ gravity main sewer that runs along the Withlacoochee River. This installation comes with the expectation of serving as a deterrent to future spills, if not eliminating them, altogether. The City also implemented smoke testing and the use of Cured in Place Pipe to assist in lowering the number of overflows.
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