Mysterious White Smoke Coming Out of Pipes in Trenton
Trenton, FL -- This mysterious smoke is there to help keep the city's costs down.
The city periodically puts smoke through pipes in the ground in order to see which pipes have leaks, and need to be replaced.
If there is a leak, rainwater and sewage can get into the pipe, which becomes costly for the sewage plant.
The test was last conducted five years ago.
The cost is minimal and includes replacing the broken pipes.
Once the current section of Trenton is complete, the city will be checking the northern part of town.
Reminders will be placed on residents' door to make them aware of when the tests are being conducted.
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