I have a project that I've been asked to help on involving a waste water pump station (not my forte). The contractor has submitted Cast-in-place Galvanized Steel Pipe Sleeves. The project specs read only that the sleeves should be made of or coated in a corrosion resistant material. I'm bothered by the possibel affect of Hydrogen sulfide gas on the Galvanization. I'd prefer HDPE or Coated DIP. Please comment and TIA.
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