Learn about Rehab and More with This Free Print Guide

Get the low-down on popular noninvasive sewer rehab methods with Envirosight’s free guide to sewer maintenance

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Learn about Rehab and More with This Free Print Guide

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The objective of sewer rehabilitation is to:

  • Ensure a sewer’s structural integrity
  • Limit the loss of conveyance and treatment capacity due to excessive I&I
  • Limit the potential for groundwater contamination due to exfiltration

The most basic solution is to excavate a pipe and replace it. However, doing so is expensive and causes significant disruptions for traffic on roads (under which most sewer mains are installed), and to residential customers. For these reasons, less-disruptive trenchless technologies are preferred for sewer rehab. These include pipe bursting, slip-lining and pipe insertion, and CIPP.

Ready to learn about these technologies and more? Envirosight’s Sewer Maintenance 101 guide has everything from sewer rehab tips to current wastewater standards. Request your free guide today.

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