Reinforced Concrete Stormwater Pipe
A Reinforced Concrete Stormwater Pipe is a reinforced concrete pipe designed to transport stormwater.
A large percentage of stormwater pipes greater than 225m in diameter are made from reinforced concrete.
The useful life of reinforced concrete stormwater pipes will vary considerably due to a range of environmental factors. A life of 100 years is typical for RC Stormwater Pipes in some areas.
The table below shows the useful life for reinforced concrete stormwater pipes adopted by a number of Councils. Please feel free to add your Councils information.
External Links & References
- Google Search
- Standard Life Comparison Roads and Stormwater
- Concrete Pipe Facts (Concrete Pipe Association of Australasia)