Rehabilitation

Inliner Technologies, a leading cured-in-place pipe technology company, has announced the launch of its new and improved website, www.Inliner.com, to provide its customers and others in the wastewater rehabilitation industry with the most up-to-date information on industry trends and advancements.

Remote inspection equipment by Envirosight, Ratech Electronics, CUES, R.S. Technical Services and Aries Industries.

CUES has developed a new versatile robotic camera transporter designed to traverse silt, mud and debris commonly found in storm and sanitary sewers.

Quick Liner is a new development by AMerik Engineering that is based on the Top Seal sectional liner system, offering a more cost-effective means of installation with the same advantages offered by Top Seal.

The Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD) has been addressing system wide corrosion concerns in recent years.

The RX95 crawler offers narrow-diameter capability for environmental and industrial applications, and integrates with existing ROVVER X system components for maximum affordability.

Aegion Corporation announced its subsidiary, Insituform Technologies Limited, was awarded a $13.4 million contract from the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada to rehabilitate pipelines up to 130 years old, and located mostly in residential areas in boroughs throughout the city.

The city of Montreal has awarded a contract to Aqua-Pipe for the structural rehabilitation of 20,700 linear feet of distribution water mains in various boroughs throughout the city.

When an existing culvert failed causing an entire irrigation canal to wash out, the Harlingen Irrigation District had to react quickly.

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