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On March 25, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers jointly released a proposed rule clarifying protections for streams and wetlands under the Clean Water Act.

As part of the Texas Water Development Board’s ongoing efforts to promote awareness about water needs, the agency has launched an interactive website based on the 2012 State Water Plan (www.texasstatewaterplan.org).

The Arrow-Lock Sheet Lining System is designed specifically to provide rehabilitation for corroded, but structurally sound, concrete structures such as manholes, lift stations, digesters, primary effluent channels, sludge wet wells, primary sedimentation tanks, headworks and other such areas.

As reported in Water Online, the Massachusetts Senate recently cleared a major water infrastructure bill.

The White House wants to reduce funding for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), submitting a fiscal year 2015 budget request to Congress in March at $300 million below the level that lawmakers approved for the EPA for 2014.

HammerHead Trenchless Equipment’s self-contained HydraLiner trailer packages are designed specifically for the needs of CIPP professionals to complete projects on time and within budget.

The WrapidSeal Manhole Encapsulation System consists of an engineered primer and a unique wraparound heat-shrinkable sleeve designed specifically to seal joints and prevent groundwater from entering a collection system.

LMK Technologies has developed and introduced a technology that permits the simultaneous application for a single-piece of CIPP (cured-in-place-pipe) liner for the main pipe and multiple branch pipes.

LiquiForce’s unique junction liner installation process chemically and mechanically bonds the junction liner to the main pipeline and the lateral connecting pipeline to a home or business, resulting in a one-piece pipeline system that is impervious to infiltration or leakage.

Brownwood, TX, is considered a pioneer in municipal trenchless construction because for the past seven years, the city has exclusively used static pipe bursting for sewer main replacements, doing all of the work with its own municipal maintenance staff and machinery.