During construction of a new contact tank and clearwell, the existing water reservoir developed a leak, flooding the site and decommissioning the reservoir.
Rehabilitating steel water storage tanks can cost up to one-third of the initial construction cost. It's vital that you make the most out of these repairs.
While the base slab of a new reservoir was under construction, the existing 1920s water reservoir had a leak that partially flooded the construction site.
Built to improve the municipality's water security in the event of a water main break, the tower is capable of sustaining Ilderton for up to six days.
Despite efforts to protect public water supplies through testing, treatment and regulation, contamination in water storage tanks still occasionally occurs.
By Derek Bolianatz, Parabeam Distribution NA, Mike O'Donoghue, Ph.D., and Ron Garrett, ICI Devoe Coatings With today's emphasis on leak detection and spill prevention, there...
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