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Dallas’ Elm Fork Water Treatment Plant CIPP Repair

Read the full online article Common logic tells us there are some things that simply cannot be put off. The repair or renewal of our nation’s water infrastructure is one of them. Statistics show that when a water main breaks it typically is found to be roughly 45 years old....
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Solutions That Fit

Read full Online Article When aging sewer lines in Detroit and the surrounding area begin to fail, Inland Waters Pollution Control, a division of IPR, is one of the first calls utility officials make … especially if the problem is complicated. IWPC’s main focus is pipe relining and pipe rehabilitation...
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Monteagle WTP Restorative Makeover Saves Time and Money

September 2013 Upkeeping infrastructure within rural communities is a full-time job. Most infrastructure requires daily maintenance, funding, and consistent state quality check. Within the quaint town of Monteagle, Tennessee, the city's water treatment plant was deteriorating rapidly. The combination of the age of age and environmental conditions had taken their...
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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...
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