Sewage Network News

  • Massive stretch of reading sewage pipe likely to be replaced

    Almost one month ago, we reported that a large section of sewage piping in Reading, Pennsylvania, had sprung a leak for the second time in three years. Well now the City of Reading Public Works is deciding whether to solve the problem for good, by potentially replacing a massive 600-foot of pipe that runs alongside the Schuylkill River. The pipe in question is almost 60 years old and officials ...


    By SealGuard Inc.

  • Aquatech answers call from environmental agencies to support green initiatives

    Aquatech Dewatering answers call from environmental agencies for industry to support green initiatives “It’s Happening, Growth of Infrastructure, Industry and Community – We Can Work Together” is the focus for Aquatech’s Open House, demonstrating new environmentally-­‐friendly pumping and dewatering equipment Safety has always been the most important ...


    By Aquatech Dewatering Company

  • Israel`s River Jordan a “sewage pipe”, says UN agency

    The continued dumping of untreated or partially treated sewage into rivers and streams is the number one source of dangerous pollution in Israel, the Ministry for Environmental Protection has said. Municipalities are responsible for sewage treatment, but high costs of treating sewage and building new treatment plants have prompted many local councils to dump the sewage wherever they can, ministry ...


    By IRIN Association

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