Working Smarter to Combat I&I

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Working Smarter to Combat I&I

In many cases, inflow and infiltration accounts for up to 45 percent of the annual flow to treatment plants. Sources of I&I include leaky manholes, lateral connections and sewer mains. Yet, a majority of rehabilitation efforts focus solely on sewer mains.

The dollar amount spent to combat I&I can be hefty, but establishing an analysis-driven strategy can ensure you are getting the most out of your investment by dramatically increasing the amount of I&I resolved. Only after a comprehensive understanding of sewer conditions can a prioritized set of improvements be planned and implemented.

This white paper discusses the total system approach to combating I&I and the tools available to evaluate the different elements of your sewer system. With concepts presented in this paper, not only will you get a comprehensive understanding of the condition of your sewer system, you’ll also be ready to develop a plan to cut I&I by up to half.

Click here to download the white paper.


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