Sewer Drainage System Preparation Before The Rainy Season In Auckland

The sewage system consists of interconnected sewer pipes. Wastewater from domestic, commercial, industrial and rainwater flows through pipes to sewage treatment plants. Home and business owners are responsible for installing, repairing, and maintaining their own sewer connections. As soon as a leak or blockage occurs in your pipeline, it is your responsibility to fix the problem or you can also take help from professionals. You can also visit to know more about storm water drain cleaning.

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Three types of sewer systems:

A combined system – is a centralized pipe that collects sewage and rainwater. Excess water is channelled into the spillway.

Separate system – consists of two different pipes to separate wastewater from rainwater or rainwater. The sewer pipe is where the wastewater flows while the rainwater flows through the rainwater pipe. Both lines reach the water treatment plant.

Partially split system – combines the advantages of split and combined line systems.

If your pipes are clogged, the problem becomes more complicated after heavy rain. Rainwater raises groundwater and seeps into your pipes causing the improper water flow to the sewer system. Damaged pathways can cause flooding in your apartment or restaurant, alleys and surrounding areas. 

Maintenance is very important to keep your system running. This will ensure that you are informed about the state of your residential or commercial plumbing. Professional technicians inspect plumbing or plumbing in your home, retail and industry. They clean your drain pipes and gutters. Other applicable things are done, such as pumping clogged ducts, repairs, replacing broken ducts, and so on.