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German Utility Uses Inline Leak Detection To Gather Actionable Data Avoid Costly Failures And Update Alignment Of High-Value Force Main

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Rheda-Wiedenbruck is a community in the North Rhine-Westphalia state in Germany with a population of nearly 50,000 residents. In early 2019, the municipality identified the HPW Nordring wastewater pipeline for inspection, as the non-redundant line runs through heavily built-up areas without easy access, and the municipality lacked up-to-date drawings on the pipeline alignment. Built nearly 35 years ago during the early stages of trenchless technologies, the high-density polyethylene pipeline had never been inspected, yet functions as an important link in the wastewater transport system for the municipality.

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