Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Springfield must conduct soil tests for new waterline in toxics path

Hazardous waste is the gift that keeps on giving a headache to the town of Springfield.

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  1. Why go with 12" steel pipe? With lead problems in steel in much of the country and national standards recommending plastic as cheaper twice the life and no lead problems? Or is this actually plastic lined steel pipe for strength needed in New England with protection against lead. More info on what was chosen and why would be helpfull. Yes the project is needed and long over due, but should be done right.

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