Laterals : Municipaliites’ latest concern

As municipalities grapple with older infrastructures, one of the problems coming to light is that, with the lining of many old and damaged mains with trenchless technologies, the laterals of those pipes are now becoming more susceptible to intrusion Continue Reading

CIPP: It’s All in the Resins

Over the last 40 years, cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) technology has become the method of choice for the rehabilitation of deteriorated underground pipelines and sewers. That’s because it’s less expensive than traditional open cut methods and is Continue Reading

Formadrain Pipelining Demonstration in New York

Aging wastewater pipe infrastructure is a problem and especially in older cities along the East Coast. This past summer, the New York State Department of Transportation (NYS DOT) evaluated the Formadrain system. And the results made it clear that Continue Reading

Benefits of Pipe Repair Technology

The piping systems that underlie our homes, offices, and other structures are an essential part of our functioning society. They bring us water, remove waste-water, and take our sewage to appropriate treatment centers. Our health and safety depends Continue Reading

Where is Pipelining and CIPP technology headed?

The whole trenchless and pipe lining industry is doing very well in an economy that still struggles to catch up even 5 years later. Although CIPP has been around for more than 20 years, it is only in the last few years that it has become a hot topic Continue Reading