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Trenchless Rehabilitation Contractors: Expanding Service Offerings in Response to Stricter Regulations & Environmental Concerns

May 2012 Over the past couple of years, regulators are searching for new ways to "green up" repair for underground infrastructure and utilities. Throughout the country, towns and cities are experiencing new regulations and laws towards the rehabilitation of older underground infrastructures. Leads are searching for more ways to reduce...
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Large-Diameter CIPP Used as Part of Major Stormwater Drainage Improvement Project at Georgia Tech

March 2013 Georgia Tech’s campus is nestled on 400 acres in the heart of Atlanta. The landscape is hilly, tree-filled, and, over time, has become checkered with campus buildings ranging from administration, departmental, research, and classrooms to dormitories, student activity centers, parking garages, and recreational facilities. However, all this growth...
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Pre-Chlorinated Pipe Rehab Continues U.S. Growth

March 2003 The trenchless construction industry deems pipe bursting as relatively young technology. In the United States, pipe bursting was still in its infancy. Florida became the driving force of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) for the proven method. Larry Ruffin, the past chair for AWWA Florida Section, says...
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IWPC Rehabilitates and Represents Detroiters at DWSD’s $500M CIP Press Conference

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation's Detroit division, Inland Waters Pollution Control (IWPC), premiered with Mayor Mike Duggan and the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) on the announcement of a 5-year, $500 million programs to begin an upgrade to the Detroit's water and sewer systems. The press conference went over the details...
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