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Cured in place pipe (CIPP) technology and professional planning from Inliner Technologies provided a timely and cost effective solution for damaged pipe at a wastewater treatment plant near the Mississippi River.

Robert Carpenter, Editor

Over the past 15 years, the underground utility rehabilitation market has exhibited a strong pattern of growth, particularly in the sewer and storm water market.

The installation of wind-energy farms has grown dramatically the past five years and so has the equipment to install these lines.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded over $179 million to the Texas Water Development Board in a bid to provide jobs, improve the local environment and update aging infrastructure.

Pipeline Inspection Co. offers an updated free eight-page color brochure highlighting its complete line of holiday detector, jeep meter and pig tracking equipment.

Century Products Inc. expands its arsenal of Replaceable Arm & Cone Assemblies by offering their 26-inch TCI Cones to the rock reaming world.

Steelmakers file anti-dumping case against China
Bobcat plants idle for short term
AWWA publishes Math for Wastewater Treatment Operators
Leigh A. Cerda recipient of the Sidney L. Allison Award

The Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety Inc. (MICCS) presented Midwest Mole Inc. with two awards during the May 16 banquet.

The Plastics Pipe Institute’s (PPI) new brochure, A Greener Infrastructure, is now available in both digital and print editions.

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