A water utility in Ohio, US has announced the latest in a line of water and sewer projects planned for its region.
The Northwestern Water and Sewer District delivers water and sewer services to Wood, Sandusky and Hancock counties.
In order to maintain reliable and high-quality services to its 19,000 customers in the region, the utility has announced a slew of projects to take place up until September, including US$767,000 worth of trenchless relining.
The relining work will take place in Rossford, north of Eagle Point Road and is scheduled for completion in May.
Other works in the area, which may also incorporate trenchless methods include:
- US$998,000 worth of sanitary sewer improvements, including sewer work and maintenance hole repair, in the Perrysburg Township (completion scheduled for May)
- a US$900,000 lead service line removal project in Rossford (completion scheduled for May)
- US$490,000 worth of sewer line replacement works in McComb (completion scheduled for June)
- US$520,000 worth of waterline and sewer installation in the Lake Township (completion scheduled for September).
For more information visit the Northwestern Water and Sewer District website.
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