Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS)

A trenching project for a new, combined sewer overflow (CSO) separation pipeline in Lewiston, ME, led to an unexpected, emergency sliplining of a sanitary sewer line. The job also had other challenges which included a massive rock ledge, old buildings virtually on the edge of the trench along with the existing sewer that was found to be leaking effluent.

Advanced Drainage Systems Inc. (ADS) newest distribution site has opened in Moncton, New Brunswick.

Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS) has announced a new product that increases the effectiveness of a storm water drainage catch basin or manhole by trapping debris, oil, sediment and other contaminants.

The West Side Interceptor sewer replacement project in Portland, ME, utilized a 60-inch diameter, high performance polypropylene pipe to increase conveyance capacity, replacing a smaller 100-year old vitrified clay line and separating a parallel 10-foot diameter combined sewer, which now solely conveys storm water.

The StormTech MC-4500 chamber is designed in accordance with AASHTO and ASTM design standards, making it a qualified choice for use in commercial and municipal projects to contain and control storm water runoff in an underground system.

Gas & water leak detection from Moffatt Enterprises, Fluid Conservation Systems, ADS, Crowcon Detection Instruments, Aries Industries Vivax-Metrotech, Heath Consultants Echologics, SubSurface Instruments, Rycom Instruments, Pressure Pipe Inspection Co.

SaniTite HP pipe, manufactured by Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS), now meets the requirements for ASTM Standards F2736 and F2764.

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