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Detroit Adds 8 Trucks That Suck To Clean Catch Basins, Reduce Street Flooding

Normally when you say something “sucks,” it’s bad. In this case, sucking is a good thing. Today the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department rolled out eight new Vactor Trucks at a cost of $3.9 million. The fleet, with this addition, has been tripled to twelve trucks. They will be put to work cleaning out 30,000 catch basins over the next , with the goal of reducing street flooding across the city. When the water doesn’t drain away properly, it has to go somewhere. The chronic street flooding...

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