Century-old sewers get revamp in Salisbury

Work to renovate 100 year-old sewers in Salisbury will start in the New Year. Wessex Water will be relining and replacing sewers in the city which are in a “structurally […]

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By Vicky Ellis

Work to renovate 100 year-old sewers in Salisbury will start in the New Year. Wessex Water will be relining and replacing sewers in the city which are in a “structurally poor” condition from mid-January. The revamp is taking place after engineers sent CCTV robots in to survey the pipes and found areas of damage.