Keeping SSO, A-OK


Mike Ullery | Daily Call A crew from Municipal Contractors Sealing Products, of Cincinnati, work on the one of the Piqua sanitary sewer overflow units at the Great Miami River on Tuesday. The crew is spraying a cementitious coating on the inside of the circa 1930s structure. A second coating, of an enamel-type sealant, will be added. The two products will seal the interior of the SSO to prevent compounds in the sewer system from degrading the cement.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

A crew from Municipal Contractors Sealing Products, of Cincinnati, work on the one of the Piqua sanitary sewer overflow units at the Great Miami River on Tuesday. The crew is spraying a cementitious coating on the inside of the circa 1930s structure. A second coating, of an enamel-type sealant, will be added. The two products will seal the interior of the SSO to prevent compounds in the sewer system from degrading the cement.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call A crew from Municipal Contractors Sealing Products, of Cincinnati, work on the one of the Piqua sanitary sewer overflow units at the Great Miami River on Tuesday. The crew is spraying a cementitious coating on the inside of the circa 1930s structure. A second coating, of an enamel-type sealant, will be added. The two products will seal the interior of the SSO to prevent compounds in the sewer system from degrading the cement.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_032216mju_piqua_sewermaintanence.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call A crew from Municipal Contractors Sealing Products, of Cincinnati, work on the one of the Piqua sanitary sewer overflow units at the Great Miami River on Tuesday. The crew is spraying a cementitious coating on the inside of the circa 1930s structure. A second coating, of an enamel-type sealant, will be added. The two products will seal the interior of the SSO to prevent compounds in the sewer system from degrading the cement.

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