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Contractor provides a CIPP solution for an Illinois high school’s sewer odor problems.
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Most of the utility corridor was impassible, filled with sprinkler lines, telecommunication cables, power lines, and heating and ventilation pipes hanging from the ceiling. The sewer is to the right.

Strong sewer odors permeating Franklin (Illinois) High School triggered complaints to Darrin Seymour, maintenance superintendent. He knew the problem stemmed from cracks in a 6-inch ductile iron main. The 205-foot-long pipe hung in a utility corridor beneath the main hallway, but...

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