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Successful Repair of the 102-Inch Diameter Allens Avenue Interceptor in Providence, Rhode Island
Author: James P. Watkins, Garr M. Jones, Daniel. P. O'Connor
Date: 1/184
Presented at the 56th Annual Winter Meeting of the New York Water Pollution Control Association, New York, New York, January 17, 1984

On May 22, 1983 sewage flow was restored in the Allens avenue Interceptor in Providence, Rhode Island, exactly 16 days after bypassing commenced to allow the repair of a severely damaged section of this 102 inch diameter, 90 year old brick arch sewer. A summary of the inspections and investigations leading to the design and implementation of the repair of this interceptor is presented in this paper.

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