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Call Jesse Ryan at Hydrostructures, 757-631-7989, or Chris Scheible at Chesapeake Utilities, 757-644-7499, to discuss any questions related to smoke testing sanitary sewers that you may have.

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1. Is the smoke harmful?
2. What can you do to prevent smoke from entering your house?
3. What do you do if the smoke gets into your house or business?
4. What is the purpose of smoke testing?
5. I will not be at home during the smoke testing and have pets in the house. What should I do?
6. If smoke gets into the house or business, how long does it take for the smoke to dissipate?
7. Can smoke stop up the sewer?
8. What happens if you find a bad sewer or lack of traps in a building?
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