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Smoke Used To Test For Sewer Line Problems

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Smoke may be seen escaping from the sewer lines, service lines and plumbing roof vents on structures during the test. Smoke may be seen escaping from the sewer lines, service lines and plumbing roof vents on structures during the test.
ANDERSON COUNTY, S.C. -

Anderson County crews are using smoke to test the sewer lines in some neighborhoods. Tests started Monday on Blume Rd., Stancil Rd., Regency Park and Regency Woods Subdivisions. The inspection of sewer lines should last the entire week.

Smoke may be seen escaping from the sewer lines, service lines and plumbing roof vents on structures during the test.

The smoke is harmless. It is being applied to determine the need for preventative maintenance. The smoke testing will take place between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.

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