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From millions of gallons of sewer overflow to zero gallons!! Fulton County's wastewater initiative, led by Roy Barnes, Deputy Dir. Public Works, eliminated 100% of the sewer spillover into the Chattahoochee River. CAP's President, Chad Nunnery, was acknowledged for CAP's watertight cover contributing to this success (interview at 0:36 in video).
Like many rivers, the Chattahoochee can climb over the banks in heavy rainfalls.
Entering river water overwhelmed the sewers- sewage then overflowed. This is a leading cause of water pollution in the USA.
Roswell Mayor Lori Henry, Commissioner Liz Hausmann, Chad Nunnery, Roy Barnes and County Manager Dick Anderson.
Chad Nunnery, President of CAP, tells how CAPs allow 0.00 gallons into the sewer. CAP's
cover innovations are game changing.
One of the CAPs next to the Chattahoochee credited for completely sealing the system. Also, Fulton's attractive logo adorns this CAP.
Eliminating toxic and pathogen-filled surcharge protects aquatic life and improves the health and enjoyment of residents.
"Infiltration and Inflow" (I&I) is the industry term used to describe storm water entrance into the sanitary sewer system. I&I increases treatment costs and can cause Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO) when the volume exceeds the pump or plant capacities. State and Federal EPA departments penalize local municipalities with heavy fines for SSOs. Watertight CAP covers reduce I&I, preventing water from entering through the cover and frame. The video below shows CAP submerged in 16 inches of water.
A major Texas utility tested the CAP cover in their equipment. They reported 0.00 gallons per minute at 3 inches of head pressure above the cover, 0.00 at 6 inches, and 0.00 at 9 inches. They stated that this was "the best performance by any cover they tested...by far." Note: the water flow sound in the video is water leaking through the tank frame, not through the cover and frame.
After installing CAP traffic-rated composite covers and frames at 46 targeted manholes, Baytown, TX, city officials reported dramatic reductions in pump run times at their lift stations convincing them that the I&I in that section of town had been measurably reduced by using CAP covers...Just CAP That! ®