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Like many cities, Seattle, has had its share of problems with combined sewer overflows (CSOs) and sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). Recently, more than 154 million gallons of raw sewage and storm water spilled into the water bodies around the city. However, a unique consent decree...

Natural drainage prevents polluted runoff from harming the fish and other wildlife that call Longfellow Creek home. Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is responsible for managing storm water throughout the city. There is use of a three-pronged approach to prevent sewage overflows: fix it first, keep...

A Seattle homeowner contacted us in regards to a broken clay sewer pipe that was leaking directly underneath their house.  To dig and replace this broken sewer pipe would have been time consuming and expensive.  With our trenchless sewer repair process we were able to...