The old weir in the spillway at the Postplatz in Solothurn served for many years, but now had to make way for a system that meets the requirements of modern sewer network operation. The water flows from the 1.7m inlet canal via the opening in the ground (jump weir) into the 600-metre canal, which is about 1m lower, in the direction of the sewage treatment plant. The outflow is now measured and throttled directly after the opening in the lower-lying 600-metre canal in a shaft built especially for the measuring and throttling unit.
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