Indiana city saves critical brick storm sewer by going trenchless
by Angus W. Stocking
Warsaw, Ind.—the “Lake City”—is snuggled in the midst of four lakes and generates seasonally high quantities of storm water runoff to the Tippecanoe River. Inflow and infiltration make erosion a continuing challenge. So when a 48-in. storm sewer pipe, made of paving brick and mortar, appeared to be failing, the city took it very seriously.