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Topics: Manhole Rehabilitation

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One of the biggest challenges facing municipalities across the country is the maintenance of the hundreds of thousands of miles of public sewer lines and the lateral lines that connect private residences to the public sewage system. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), there are between 23,000 and 75,000 sewer overflow events every year, most of them caused by deteriorating infrastructure. Local governments are expected to invest billions in repairing these wastewater assets, forcing civic planners to seek out cost-effective solutions that will allow them to deliver the most value with their limited budgets. Read More

Topics: Municipal Plumbing, Manhole Rehabilitation, Sewers

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There is no golden rule for municipal sewer pipe lining repair. Prices change on a case-by-case basis, as do the techniques used to repair pipe lines in the first place. For municipal sewer damage, lines can be repaired by either trenching (excavating the damaged line and installing a replacement) or pipe lining (using epoxy materials to cure new sewer lines within existing pipe); the most affordable option will depend on sewer age, location and the extent of damage. Read More

Topics: Trenchless Technology, Manhole Rehabilitation, Sewers

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The high labor requirements and remedial landscaping of dig-and-replace pipe repairs can easily set you back thousands of dollars. Whether damages to the sewer pipes beneath your home are due to age, corrosion or troublesome environmental activity, dealing with these issues has never been a simple task… that is, until the recent innovations made in trenchless, cured-in-place sewer pipe repair technologies. Read More

Topics: Trenchless Technology, Pipe Lining, Lateral Lining, Manhole Rehabilitation

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Expert installation of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liners is the least invasive way to restore damaged pipe structures, at a fraction of the costs of traditional repairs. These liners, which mold to form within existing pipes, make it easy for homeowners, municipal planners and building owners to tend to pipe damage in a quick, affordable manner. Read More

Topics: Pipe Lining, Manhole Rehabilitation

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If you’re a city or municipal planner taking on major sewer pipe damages, you may be faced with a few options for dealing with renovation efforts. Do I stay traditional, and hire specialists to manually dig out damaged pipe systems? How will this affect traffic and roadways? What are the alternatives available? What is manhole-to-manhole pipe lining, and how can it benefit sewer line repairs, specifically? Read More

Topics: Sectional Point Repair, Trenchless Technology, Manhole Rehabilitation

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When you are looking for a trenchless repair solution for your home, business, or municipality, it is important that you have access to the best equipment and materials for the job. While many suppliers of trenchless or "no-dig" technology claim to have the best products and services to fit your needs, it is important to know what a company is actually offering. Sometimes, there is a world of difference between the promises a product manufacturer makes and what they are actually prepared to do. Read More