American Ductile Iron Pipe Weathers Magnitude 7.1 Earthquake Almost 30 Years After Installation In Alaska
The year was 1989. The place was Anchorage, Alaska. The project was the installation of a gravity sewer line beneath Campbell Lake while it was drained for dam repairs. While this type of project and installation is unique in itself, the pipeline’s performance during a magnitude 7.1 earthquake more than 30 years after it was installed is equally remarkable.
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