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Construction of the main sewer between Kirkonkylä and Jynkänniemi sewage processing facilities
Finland

This PVC pipe transmits most of the waste water of central Siilinjärvi to Jynkänniemi waste water processing facilities. The gray, round things on the pipe are concrete which are used for submerging the pipe into the lake as it would stay afloat without them.

Copyright: Janne
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Uploaded: 09/11/2011
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