Flooding and Inundation: Florida’s susceptibility to heavy rainfall and hurricanes can lead to sewer system inundation, causing overflows and contamination.
Infiltration and Inflow: Groundwater and stormwater entry into sewer pipes can overwhelm the system, leading to backups and overflows.
Corrosion and Deterioration: The state’s warm, humid, and saline environment can accelerate sewer pipe corrosion, causing leaks, blockages, and system failure.
Root Intrusion: Tree roots penetrating sewer pipes through cracks create blockages and can cause pipes to break or collapse.
Aging Infrastructure: Aging sewer infrastructure, not designed for the current population load, can result in frequent breakdowns, leaks, and overflows.
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