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Sanitary Sewers

South Surrey Interceptor
Significant amounts of concrete pipe have been used to develop the main sanitary
sewer system throughout the Lower Mainland, since the formation of the Greater
Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District in 1914. In the mid 1990s, The Langley
Concrete Group elected to use T-Lock PVC liners supplied by Ameron. One of the
largest initial projects was tendered in 1999 for approximately 2.5km of 2400mm (96-inch)
diameter lined pipe installed on piles along the Hwy 91 corridor from Hwy 10 to 64th Ave.
This was the first significant improvement project to increase the capacity of the main
South Surrey Interceptor, a major link in the sewers that convey sanitary sewage to the
Annacis Island Secondary Treatment plant. In 2009, the Township of Langley rerouted
its sewers to the Metro Vancouver system triggering an upgrade of municipal sewers
that connect with the South Surrey Interceptor (SSI). In the same year, Metro Vancouver
released the tender for twinning the SSI for over three kilometres with lined concrete pipe.

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Canadian Concrete Pipe & Precast Association

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