Case Study

From Good To Great Asset Management At Fairfax County

Source: Innovyze
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Fairfax County, Virginia is made up of over 400 square miles of land and water area and is home to approximately 1.2 million residents. The County’s wastewater utility operates a separated sanitary sewer system. The sanitary sewer consists of over 3,400 miles of pipe ranging from 8 to 72 inches in diameter, 63 pump stations, 57 flow metering stations, 11 rain gauge stations, 153 grinder pumps, and over 100,000 manholes and other structures. The system conveys wastewater to 5 treatment plants with capacity to treat over 100 million gallons each day.

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