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Finding pipe failures

Manholes upstream and downstream of the visible break provided access to the damaged pipe segment. Drone inspection offers a best response to an environmental emergency. Aigües...

Concrete thermal cooling

At 1,100 feet tall with 73 stories, the Wilshire Grand Center in Los Angeles is the tenth tallest building in the United States and...

Armtec Drainage Division to rebrand as Aqua Q

Aqua Q launched a new corporate brand that is “a fresh direction” for the drainage division of infrastructure company, Armtec LP, reflecting the change in strategic focus following the sale of its steel drainage division assets.

$683 billion in CAPEX forecast for U.S. water infrastructure improvements by 2027

Capital expenditures (CAPEX) for U.S. municipal water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure will exceed $683 billion over the next decade, according to new forecasts from Bluefield Research.

ADS expands free online design programs, updates resource database

Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. (ADS), a manufacturer of high-performance thermoplastic corrugated pipe and ancillary products, improved the functionality and increased the number of free online design programs and documents available on its website while making it more responsive across all platforms including mobile devices.

Study: HDPE pipe with recycled resin maintains structural integrity

Researchers at Villanova University recently completed a study of the performance of corrugated, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe containing recycled HDPE resin in commuter rail installations, finding its performance to be indistinguishable from pipe made from virgin material.

Favorable court decision advances NAWS project

The North Dakota State Water Commission and U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Reclamation have been granted permission to proceed with efforts to restart construction on the Northwest Area Water Supply (NAWS) project in the wake of a positive ruling by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

A new way to detect leaks in pipes

Researchers at MIT and King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Saudi Arabia have devised a robotic system that can detect leaks at a rapid pace and with high accuracy.

PVCPA-sponsored study examines drinking water pipes

The Uni-Bell PVC Pipe Association (PVCPA), which represents U.S. and Canadian manufacturers of PVC pipe, announced completion of the first comprehensive environmental and performance review of water and sewer pipes in North America.
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