North Olmstead, Ohio holds 37,000 residents who are served by 159 miles of a sanitary sewer system beneath Cleveland South. The sewer lines, mostly installed between 1960 and 1974, consists of vitrified clay pipe, 2,800 manholes and 900 hydrants. After three years of a continuous sewer overflow problem, the North Olmstead team has the situation under control due to a huge $39 million capital improvement program and ongoing maintenance procedures.
PipePatch No Dig Pipe Repair
No dig, trenchless pipe rehabilitation system.