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Plastics in Sewer Renovation

 

Renovation # 1988 Bath

The UK has the highest proportion of the population connected to a public sewer in comparison with any other country. Couple this with the population density on this island, the fact that some of these sewers are aver 180 years old, lie mainly beneath highways and it will be realised why there 1s an interest in non disruptive techniques lor sewer renovation

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