Maysville and Burlington’s Recent Sewer Setbacks

Aug 05

Maysville and Burlington’s Recent Sewer Setbacks

The town of Maysville has had a recent sewer spill into the White Oak River. An estimated 10 thousand gallons of sewage has the emergency management springing into action to contain the weekend’s overflow.  The ensuing investigation is pointing the blame at faulty sewer pumps.  The high temperatures are partly to blame, as well.  The North Carolina Environment officials are investigating other causes.

In the week previous, another North Carolina City experienced a similar sewer overflow. Burlington had two separate spills totaling up to 50,000 gallons of sewage in Alamance County creeks.  The common ground in these backups appears to be blockage from debris that will, over time, cause the sewer system to malfunction.  Within a rolling 12-month period, The City has reported 12 overflows.  Subsequently, the state has implemented a more stringent policy of the required cleaning of its sewer lines.  Instead of 10%, 20% of the lines will be cleaned yearly.

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