Sanitary Gravity Sewer Assessment for Areas of Merritt Island and Port St. John to Begin Next Week

Assessment will take five months to complete

Brevard County Utility Services Department will begin conducting a sanitary gravity sewer assessment in the Brevard County Utility service area for both Merritt Island and Port St. John.

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – Brevard County Utility Services Department will begin conducting a sanitary gravity sewer assessment in the Brevard County Utility service area for both Merritt Island and Port St. John.

The assessment for the Merritt Island service area is slated to begin the week of Nov. 18 and will take an estimated five months to complete.

The Port St. John assessment is targeted to begin in May 2020, with notification being provided once a schedule is finalized.

The Merritt Island assessment will start on North Merritt Island and proceed south to cover all service areas.

The Brevard County Utility Services Department has contracted RedZone Robotics to perform the assessments with a purpose to identify current condition of the sewer sections and to develop a detailed program addressing needed repairs.

All RedZone employees will have a letter with them to verify they have permission to access County sewer lines.

For more information about the work being performed, please contact RedZone Robotics Project Manager Ron Black at 412-477-9722.

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