Niagara Region works to control unnecessary inflow and infiltration


By Ilija Stetic

Inflow and infiltration (I/I) enters wastewater systems through cracked and broken sewer pipes and improperly connected roof and foundation drains. This increases flows to wastewater plants and reduces treatment capacity and drives up costs. To address this, Niagara Region is working on an industry engagement plan to increase awareness of I/I issues.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s August 2021 issue:

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