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.


How Infrastructure Asset Management Can Help Tackle Sewage Problems in the USA

Municipal water treatment plants deal with the raw sewage of roughly 80 percent of America’s households. Almost all of these facilities treat the waste and release the treated waste into a nearby body of water.

However, often, if the plant is handling more than its capacity, untreated waste is also leaked into lakes, rivers, and oceans.

According to the EPA, an estimated 23,000-75,000 sanitary-sewer overflows happen every year. Contaminants can get into the system due to flooding and agriculture etc. but the biggest culprit is the combined sewer system.

Source: http://inframanage.com/how-infrastructure-asset-management-can-help-tackle-sewage-problems-in-the-usa/

P.E.I. gets $56M in Ottawa infrastructure money to spend on water, wastewater, transit

Water and wastewater projects in P.E.I. have gotten a boost of a promised $55.7 million in federal funding, following an announcement about the first round of infrastructure funding. P.E.I. has been promised $55.7 million under the Clean Water Wastewater Fund over three years, and $660,000 to improve public transit. For the first time, projects are[Read More…]

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Baltimore Sewage Leak went 23 days before city reported it

In a classic “Friday news dump,” the city informed the public last week that a Northeast Baltimore stream was becoming polluted with raw sewage. “Crews working for the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) will repair a 21-inch sewer main that has been found to be leaking into Chinquapin Run near Loch Raven Boulevard,”[Read More…]

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Baltimore sewer main leaking an estimated 15 gallons per hour

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Baltimore City Dept. of Public Works (DPW) officials estimate that a broken 21-inch sewer main is leaking 15 gallons per hour into Chinquapin Run near Loch Raven Boulevard. According to DPW, repair work is slated to begin within three weeks and will require approximately 600 feet of sewer main to be cleaned[Read More…]

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USDA invests millions in wastewater infrastructure projects across 33 states

Strong infrastructure is critical to ensuring safe water to prevent crises, such as the one Flint, MI is still recovering from. And the problem of lead in drinking water is not confined to that one town. Wastewater facilities have environmental benefits beyond protecting drinking water such as they shield the food chain from contaminants while helping to ensure proper[Read More…]

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