2012-2013 Sanitary Sewer Cleaning and Televising Project (CIP S-33)
CIP S-33 is the City’s annual program to clean and closed-circuit televise sanitary sewers in the City. This program is one portion of the City’s Capacity, Management, Operations, and Maintenance (CMOM) program mandated by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA). The intent of the CMOM program is for the City to inventory its sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and water distribution systems, investigate the condition of each system, and make any necessary repairs to City infrastructure that result from such investigations. In addition, cleaning sanitary sewers periodically is a good maintenance practice that helps lessen the chances of sewer blockage or backup occurring in the future.
The 2012-2013 program consists of the cleaning and televising of approximately 37,631 lineal feet of sanitary sewer ranging in diameter from 8” to 27” and performing manhole inspections and GPS locations on all associated manholes. Heavy cleaning may be required in some sewers. Sanitary sewer manhole rehabilitation work and cured-in-place pipeline repairs will be performed on an as-needed basis.
Notice of Commencement