Formadrain is Your Perfect No-Dig Solution for Repairing Underground Pipes

Hundreds of miles have been successfully lined with this system since 1994!

Here's Some Key Benefits of the Formadrain No-Dig System for You...

Formadrain is a true no-dig technology. It is a steam-cured, fiberglass and epoxy system that is pulled-in-place through existing pipes. This means it is used to repair underground pipes without digging. With no excavation, it can perform lateral repairs, Lateral-Main-Connection® repairs, spot repairs and process piping repairs.

In addition, the Formadrain system:

  • Has been steam cured since 1994 when it was developed.
  • Has lined hundreds of miles of pipe since its launch.
  • Counts over 40 authorized Formadrain licensees across the United States and Canada.
  • Can repair circular pipes from 2 to 48 inches (50 to 1200 mm) in diameter.
  • Contains Green technology: No Volatile Organic Compounds used (VOC Free)

Read more of the Formadrain advantages here.


Canada-Yukon Infrastructure Agreement Signed for Funding Under New Federal Programs

Investing in community infrastructure helps ensure that families have high quality municipal water and wastewater systems that they can rely upon and that parents can get home from work more easily and get their kids to hockey practice quicker.

Today, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, the Honourable Currie Dixon, Minister of Community Services and Minister of the Public Service Commission for the Government of Yukon, and the Honourable Larry Bagnell, Member of Parliament for Yukon, announced a bilateral agreement marking a critical step in making infrastructure funding available across the territory so that shovel worthy projects can proceed without delay. The agreement makes more than $69.7 million in combined funding available to Yukon municipalities to support water and wastewater and public transit infrastructure projects.

A total of 22 projects were also announced, representing $52,280,275 in federal funding alone. This amount represents the full Yukon funding allocation under two new funding programs.

Through the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund, the federal government is providing $51,390,275. This includes projects like the Village of Mayo’s water and wastewater line upgrades that will help ensure that the Village residents continue to enjoy clean, reliable water, and that the wastewater infrastructure can effectively meet community needs while protecting the surrounding environment. Similar investments in other communities will upgrade existing infrastructure to improve distribution or collection systems, or upgrade the systems to support community sustainability and growth.

Source: http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/canada-yukon-infrastructure-agreement-signed-for-funding-under-new-federal-programs-2136672.htm

Missouri Water and Sewer Commission approves new budget, rates for coming year

SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Water and Sewer Commission approved increases in the water and sewer rates for the new fiscal year, effective July 1, that will result an approximately 4 percent combined rate increase for residential customers. As approved last Thursday, the typical household water and sewer bill is estimated to increase by an average[Read More…]

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Biloxi’s infrastructure project nearing halfway point

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) – The massive infrastructure project underway in Biloxi is now nearing the halfway point. Construction crews have completed 40% of the overall job. The city is replacing 650-thousand feet of water, sewer and storm drain lines under 55 miles of streets city-wide. So far the contractor, Oscar Renda, has installed 86% of water[Read More…]

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Six water infrastructure projects continuing

This notice is organized into five sections; Electrical Line Clearing (Tree Trimming), Water Infrastructure Renewal, Water Operations Activities, Unidirectional Flushing Program, and the LED Streetlight Conversion Project. Electrical line clearing program (Tree trimming) Each year, PUC Forestry Technicians inspect Sault Ste. Marie’s electrical distribution system. During this process, trees near power lines are trimmed or[Read More…]

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Chicago flood project to relieve 200 homes, officials say

Niles officials celebrated a groundbreaking late last month on the village’s largest infrastructure project to date: the Cleveland Relief Sewer Project. The project is intended to relieve flooding for 200 home located on or around Cleveland Street between Oketo Avenue and the north branch of the Chicago River. The groundbreaking ceremony took place May 25[Read More…]

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