Storm Drainage

Combined sewers are on their way out. Instead of accepting excess stormwater into the sanitary system, the industry now sees that this solution is no longer viable.

Increased volumes of surface water create capacity issues within sanitary sewer systems, causing over-capacity problems at the wastewater treatment facilities and sewer overflows into local waterways.

As cities rapidly divert their stormwater pipes into massive underground holding tunnels, Hamilton Kent is ready with watertight gaskets to fit all pipe sizes and materials.

Remember: watertight products are just as important in storm water systems as they are in sanitary applications. Leakage of any kind can eventually cause erosion, potholes and much worse.

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