Lined Concrete Pipe to Last 100 Years

Description:Concrete pipe, both reinforced and non-reinforced, has been utilized for underground civil infrastructure for over 200 years all over the world. Recognized for its structural capacity and long-term service life, it has been used as a cost effective, locally available solution to address the needs of storm and sanitary sewer systems that keep our towns and cities clean and liveable. In North America, concrete pipes have been used since the 1800s for both storm and sanitary sewer construction applications on a large scale basis.

Authors: Omelaniec, Mark

Subjects: Wastewater, Small Water Systems

Tags:wastewater systems,wastewater,Small Water Systems,Small Wastewater Systems,Concrete Pipe,water distribution,watermark

Citation:Watermark Magazine, Spring 2011, BCWWA, Vol 20, No 1, Craig Kelman & Associates

Publication Date:Mar 10th, 2013 Upload Date:Mar 10th, 2013

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