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Old Pipe/Renewed Pipe - How New Technology Enhanced the Rehabilitation of a One Hundred and Forty Year Old Sewer

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The Boston Water and Sewer Commission owns and maintains wastewater, drainage, and combined sewer systems that includes some of the oldest infrastructure in the country. One project that will help reduce annual CSOs to Boston Harbor, includes the rehabilitation of a section of the Dorchester Brook Sewer, one of its oldest and largest sewers. Spiral-wound lining, a relatively new technology to the U.S., provides a unique solution that maximizes system hydraulics and solves structural problems.

Keywords: CSO; Combined sewer; liner; rehabilitation; spiral-wound

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2010

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