rehab

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Repairing or replacing old, deteriorating utility infrastructure that has been buried in the ground for years and often directly beneath homes and businesses is a challenge that has become common for the nation's utility providers.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Early this year, water officials in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, became aware there were cracks in one of the city's primary large diameter sanitary sewer trunk mains that threatened the Don River watershed and homes in one neighborhood.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded more than $430 million to New York state for wastewater infrastructure projects, which the EPA says is the single largest grant in its history.

Massachusetts is rich in history, but not everything “old” is charming. An example is the aging infrastructure that is often hidden or buried in many cities throughout the state.

Insituform has announced a new product for pressure pipe rehabilitation.

Insituform’s iPlus Infusion achieves a tight fitting pipe-within-a-pipe by implementing a pull-in installation method.

Reno, NV, offers many attractions to live up to its billing as “The Biggest Little City In The World.” When choosing a contractor for a sewer rehabilitation project that involved both busy downtown and more remote idyllic settings, city of Reno engineers selected cured in place pipe (CIPP) specialist PIPEnology to avoid disrupting the city’s activities.

CityLiner is a premier mobile CIPP technology providing everything customers need to maintain and repair wastewater piping systems.

Saertex-Liner is a 100 percent fiberglass liner designed for gravity pipe systems.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

National Liner LLC has introduced a trenchless rehabilitation lining process that uses see-through PVC panels to rehabilitate circular pipes, box culverts and structures of other shapes.

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