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Rockland County Interceptor Sewer Rehabilitation

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Rockland County Interceptor Sewer Rehabilitation

A scheduled five-year CCTV inspection of a 750-lf, 36-in. reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) sewer interceptor revealed near total failure of the interceptor's top half due to microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC). Even reinforcing rebar was entriely missing in stretches, leaving exposed soil held in place by very solid root masses.

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