Sewer System Rehabilitation
CIPP solutions preserve delicate ocean ecology while saving the community time and money
Wareham, Massachusetts’ sanitary sewer system is exposed to natural beaches, sensitive bays, salt marshes, and fish farms. The town was determined to execute their sewer system rehabilitation without disrupting the surrounding seaside communities or damaging the delicate ecology.
Our team rehabilitated approximately 8,600 LF of sanitary sewers by CIPP lining and epoxied 40 manholes. Warren Environmental supplied both a styrene-free epoxy resin system with structural glass and felt liners. Each passed third-party ASTM testing, proving they would not harm aquatic life. Warren Environmental’s master applicator A&W Maintenance, along with subcontractor SAK, installed a host bonded structural CIPP system and coated the manholes between the pipe sections with Warren’s 301-14 epoxy.
With constant support and collaboration of the local authorities, Conservation Department, and the Sewer Department, Warren Environmental’s CIPP trenchless technology epoxy application saved this coastal community years and millions in rehabilitation costs. More importantly, our aquatic safe CIPP epoxy eliminated the harmful impacts of more traditional solutions, protecting the town’s sensitive aquatic life for years to come.