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The average age of pipes is 55 years in Toronto, though some have been in place since the turn of the 20th Century.

Toronto’s aging infrastructure costing millions


By —— Bio and Archives--January 5, 2012

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Engineers are warning that when the mercury drops, Toronto’s century-old system of water mains and pipes are at risk of snapping and flooding streets, as the city faces a repair backlog of $1.7 billion to update its infrastructure.


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