Sewers and Sewer Line Maintenance News

  1. Broken Main Discharged 1 Million Gallons Of Raw Sewage In Florida

    More than 1 million gallons of raw sewage went into a canal that leads to Central Florida’s Banana River, after an old sewer pipe broke last week near the border of Satellite Beach and Indian Harbour Beach.

  2. UK’s Largest Water Utility Selects InfoWorks ICM

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced that Thames Water, UK, has purchased multiple licenses of InfoWorks ICM Suite, the industry’s leading integrated catchment modeling solution.

  3. Sewage Floods Threaten London Amid Surging Population

    London is growing, and so are its sewage and water problems.

  4. Return To Sender? Mail Stashed In Sewer System

    The sewer system is not where the mail goes. But letters, bills, and checks wound up there this month when a postal worker in Washington, D.C., decided to throw a load of mail into the underbelly of the city’s infrastructure.

  5. Oldcastle Precast Supplies Stormwater & Wastewater Precast Components For High-End Development

    Since Neal Communities began development of the new Grand Palm Housing Community, in Venice, Fla. in 2012, Oldcastle Precast Cape Coral has been supplying underground precast concrete products to build the stormwater and wastewater conveyance structures required around the community.

  6. United Kingdom: GBP 700m EIB Backing For Thames Tideway Tunnel

    The European Investment Bank has agreed to provide a GBP 700 million loan for the GBP 4.2 billion Thames Tideway Tunnel, the biggest infrastructure project ever undertaken by the UK water industry.

  7. Oregon’s Clean Water Services Adopts SWMMLive and InfoMaster Technology

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart water infrastructure, recently announced that Clean Water Services (District), Oregon, has chosen the company’s industry-leading and award-winning InfoMaster and SWMMLive to support its sanitary sewer capital improvement program.

  8. The Fatberg Problem: Grease Traps May Do More Harm Than Good

    Wastewater grease traps, normally seen as sewer system protection, may actually cause more harm than good.

  9. Woolpert Contracts With Gwinnett County On $4.5M Sewer, Stormwater Inspection Project

    Woolpert has been awarded a sewer and stormwater assessment project by the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners for the Department of Water Resources.

  10. Startup Focused On Home Wastewater Reuse With 'Biopipe'

    Should every home purify its own wastewater? A startup from young Turkish entrepreneurs says yes.