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CIPP Water Main Renewal Saves City Money, Avoids Length Shut Down

Check out the full online article Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR), the nation’s largest privately owned trenchless infrastructure solutions provider, recently installed cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) to renew more than 1,600 feet of water lines serving a North Dallas suburb water treatment plant. IPR installed its pressure pipe renewal system provided by RS Technik using Dow custom formulated resins...

Georgia Tech CIPP Repair

May 2013 Georgia Insitute of Technology or commonly known as Georgia Tech spans out more than 400 acres within Atlanta, Georgia. In October 1888, Georgia Tech opened up its establishment and school grounds. At the time, there were only 84 students compared to the present over 21,000 undergraduate students walking through campus today. The growth has taken a toll in the University's stormwater drainage system. In response, Georgia Tech implemented
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EcoCast Thwart Threat of Sewer Collapse

July 2012 A large, severely deteriorated Houston sewer line could cause the collapse of a road at the intersection of a major highway was averted by a timely trenchless rehabilitation project. EcoCast geopolymer liner was used to reline 700 feet of 72-inch diameter pipe that crosses under heavily-traveled U.S. Highway 59 in Northeast Houston. EcoCast is a high-strength, fiber-reinforced geopolymer that can be applied by mechanical pumping, spraying and trowel
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Creation of Advanced CIPP in Response to Environmental Concerns

May 2012 Over the last few years, the demand for sustainable solutions within the pipeline industry has increased. Regulators are searching for more "green" solutions in replacement of the outdated, mediocre pipeline repairs. The new regulations are being implemented throughout the country. The Clean Water Act and Clean Air Act has added on the pressure as well. As of now, local officials have begun to scrutinize the long-term effects of
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