The recent rupture of a major sewer line in Springfield highlights the condition of sewer lines throughout Missouri. It’s a concern to the natural resources department’s water pollution program. But the head of the engineering section for that program, Randy Clarkson, says relatively few of the old lines break. He says small television cameras are used to inspect sewer lines to look for weaknesses. And he says materials used in replacement pipes are superior to the old ones.
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