Each year, more than 300,000 water main breaks occur throughout North America — or some 850 every day — mainly as a result of the continued use of corrosion-prone iron piping in the nation’s water systems. Corroded, leaking pipes are responsible for the loss of 2.6 trillion gallons of drinking water every year, or 17 percent of all water pumped in the U.S. Moreover, according to a congressional study, corrosion costs U.S. drinking water and wastewater systems over $50.7 billion annually, or more than $1 trillion over the next twenty years.
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Apart from iron or metal items, rust can also damage concrete, plastic, rubber and even fabric pieces said MyRustRemoval.com. Hence, it concluded that corrosion is indeed a very destructive occurrence and must be prevented.
Nonetheless, if rust has already formed before any step to prevent it is taken, or if it gets past the prevent measures, the site stated that the best anyone can do is to perform a rust removal promptly. To leave it for even just another day will cause more problems, it added.
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