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Summer is in full swing in the city of St. Louis. The interesting things to do are limitless. Whether you choose to bring the family out to the Botanical Gardens, one of the informative Museums, or perhaps the remarkable Zoo. Whatever you choose, there are plenty of exciting summer activities to enjoy. While you are out and about, you may also notice one of the many sewer improvement projects currently in process in the city. One project includes the installation of up to 2,500 feet of 16-inch ductile iron water main. In addition, approximately 3,700 feet of 24-inch existing water main is being lined with 20-inch dissolvable PVC water main. Lining the water main, rather than replacing it, decreases costs to customers and prevents unnecessary disruption to surrounding infrastructure. The project is anticipated to wrap up at the end of this month.

The Botanical Gardens is also cultivating a useful tactic by incorporating sustainable features on premises. In an effort to keep rainwater from running off into the street, a rain garden can be part of a larger solution. Most storms that come through St. Louis typically deliver a little over an inch of rain over the course of 24 hours. A garden full of native perennial plants could potentially capture the first inch of rainfall.

St. Louis, did you know that Drain Surgeons- Sewer and Drain Cleaning Specialists – offer an assortment of plumbing services in your area? In the industry of CIPP, this company is making an impressive mark! The professional staff is committed to bringing you their collective years of experience and dedication to quality. Perma-liner™ Industries is proud to work with such an outstanding company. Whether you have a backup, blockage or simply need an inspection to be sure your home’s pipelining system is functioning up to par, schedule an appointment with Drain Surgeons. They are certified, highly knowledgeable and have 24-hour service, putting your needs first. For the best service, go to www.drainsurgeons.com or call 314-894-4716.

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The City of Columbia has an extensive sewer rehabilitation project in the development process.  The project will begin along Flat Branch, installing a new pipeline from Lakeshore drive to Elm Street.  The sewer renovations will include construction of 5,530 ft. of 30-42 in. diameter gravity sewer.  This will replace the smaller diameter lines.  Currently, it is estimated that the maximum capacity of the sewer pipe is 3,800 gallons per minute. Residents have sustained overflows due to heavy rain and the instability of the pipeline.  The city is working with engineers who are planning a start date for the project in December or possibly January of this year.  The strategy in planning a late in the year start date for renovations has to do with fewer people using the nature/fitness trail, as well as fewer community events schedules at Flat Branch Park.  Some pipes that have deteriorated are older than 100 years old, consisting of clay. Cracks in the pipes allow rain to enter the sanitary sewer system and cause overflows, a problem known as inflow and infiltration.  The expectation of the enhanced sewer is to accommodate additional development in the future. It is also a means to reduce the sewer utility’s maintenance costs over time.  There are several remaining phases that will be implemented after the completion of the first phase.  The second phase of the project will install a new sewer line near providence Road and Turner Avenue.  The estimated cost will be approximately $410,000.  The third and fourth phase will involve new sewer lines along Elm and 6th Streets, as well as sections along 4th and 5th Streets.

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