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22 October 2010
A preventative maintenance program involving jetting works of the Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) sewer system in Kyabram is set to take place in coming weeks.
GVW District Manager Neville Whittaker said the program will be conducted in the Mellis Street area. “The jetting process involves high pressure flushing of the sewer system via existing manholes,” Mr Whittaker said. “The sewers draining to the sewerage pump station in Mellis Street have been identified as part of this year’s improvement plan, with the works expected to improve the quality of service and lower the likelihood of sewer blockages and other associated issues.”
It is not expected that works will affect the use of the sewer system, though some manholes located in customer’s properties may need to be accessed to undertake the inspections. “Customers with sewer manholes within their properties will receive separate notification if access is required,” he said.
The 5-day project will be undertaken by contractors Underground Engineering Solutions and will begin on Monday 8th November.
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