Panorama Hills


Protecting Newly Constructed Wastewater Assets Right from Day One.Panorama Hills new sanitary force main and pump station construction project, Windsor Twp., York County, PA.

Forward thinking of the Township Department of Public Works Director and Township Engineer demanded that 50 plus manholes and the pump station wet well that service four miles of a newly constructed force main system be protected from future hydrogen sulfide damage.  This pro-active asset protection measure has been taken care of by means of Sprayroq, spray applied polyurethane lining system prior to the initial system start-up.

The population explosion that has been taking place in the township which was once a quiet rural farm community located along the I-83 corridor between the port city of Baltimore, MD and Harrisburg, PA requires increased sanitary sewer collection system capacity that has led to various newly constructed infrastructure assets as well as rehabilitating the existing collection infrastructure in order to reduce the unnecessary treatment of groundwater infiltration that will hold up new construction permitting.  It was the latter that has introduced the Windsor Township Public Works Department to the extraordinary capabilities and results that Able Recon can provide to tackle hydrogen sulfide damage and Inflow and Infiltration problems by utilizing Sprayroq polyurethane structure lining and Alphaliner fiberglass cured in place pipe lining.