Case Study

Xylem's Bypass Enables Critical Upgrades For Aging Sewer Lines In Greenwich, Connecticut

Source: Godwin
Aging Sewer Lines in Greenwich

Greenwich, Connecticut, located in the tristate area immediately surrounding New York City, is a scenic New England town that is home to approximately 60,000 people.

It was first settled in 1640 on a spot between the Asamuck and Patomuck Rivers, and like many historic towns, Greenwich proactively addresses aging infrastructure on a continuing basis. Its ongoing initiatives include repairs and upgrades to the town’s wastewater treatment plant and 28 pumping stations.

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