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  • n. A utility corridor.

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utility corridor

Examples

  • Aboveground water and sewer utilidor, Selawik, Alaska (photo by John Warren).

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  • GN to unveil Resolute utilidor plans early next year

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  • A consultant will soon begin examining the utilidor system to see what can be salvaged, what parts need replacing, and whether a trucked system with sewage lagoon would even be feasible.

    Nunatsiaq News - Online

  • This time last year, CGS was presenting the switch to trucked water as inevitable, telling the hamlet the current utilidor system - installed in the mid-1970s - was on the verge of "catastrophe."

    Nunatsiaq News - Online

  • Last year, a consultant's report pegged the cost of switching to trucked service - the norm in most Nunavut communities - was around $15 million, while the cost of placing the utilidor could approach $35 million.

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  • All units in the plant are connected by a modular piping utilidor that gives the plant ease of expandability without the need for a plant shutdown.

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  • Currently there is no sewage lagoon attached to the utilidor system, so piped waste dumps directly into the sea.

    Nunatsiaq News - Online

  • Scrapping utilidor not popular with Resolute residents

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  • After 35 years with no worries about running out of water during storms or waits for sewage tanks to be emptied, people in Resolute Bay aren't eager to lose their utilidor water and sewage service.

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  • People in Resolute say they aren't persuaded about the need to replace their utilidor system - which is similar to Iqaluit's system, shown here - with trucked water and sewage delivery.

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