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Inman, SC
GeoSpray® Geopolymer Manhole Rehabilitation

Project Overview

The Dewey Plant has been making textile chemicals, colorants and other specialty compounds since 1969, and the plant has been expanded several times over that same period. The facility has a series of chemical sewers that collect and direct waste chemical solutions for treatment and processing. In 2000, the plant installed HDPE piping as a repair mechanism for many of these sewer lines.

Unfortunately, the high temperatures (200F+) of the industrial waste that enters the sewers caused the HDPE pipes and manhole liners to expand and contract, causing potential environmental concerns. The plant was looking to repair the system, prevent the HDPE from expanding and ensure ongoing proper environmental controls.

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