Sewer municipal

Limited investment rate can become a health risk

The sewer network is part of our infrastructure but often goes unrecognized in the same discussion as road and rail. Cities are expanding and today’s systems are often undersized, having been designed to cope with the requirements of a hundred years ago, or more! Insufficient state funding means low investment rates, resulting in potential problems for future generations. Some European countries have an average renewal rate about 300 years, but there are also cities having even more than that.
That's why we strive for developing sewer systems with a lifetime of at least 100 years.