COLUMBIA — The City of Columbia Public Works Department is using red and green dyes to test the storm sewer and sanitary sewer system. The testing will continue through Thursday. The city said in a news release that the dye flooding is used to find direct or indirect connection in the storm sewer system and sanitary sewer system.
Public Works uses dyes to test sewer system in Flat Branch Creek
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