Sewers and Sewer Line Maintenance News

  1. Trelleborg Compounds For Pipes Seals Proven To Offer Eight Times The Service Life Of Competitor Systems

    A leading independent ‘stress relaxation’ test has determined that the average performance lifetime of some of Trelleborg’s key pipe sealing compounds is in excess of 800 years.

  2. Hotel Opening In The Pipeline Following Completion Of New Sewer

    A new overflow pipe connecting two Victorian brick sewers within the world heritage site of Edinburgh’s Holyrood Parkhas been completed by Scottish Water Horizons

  3. Garcia Promoted To VP Of Engineering

    HOBAS PIPE USA, a leading manufacturer of centrifugally cast fiberglass reinforced polymer mortar (CCFRPM) pipe, is pleased to announce the promotion of Rene R. Garcia, P.E. to Vice President of Engineering in their Houston, TX headquarters.

  4. Perma-Liner Industries, LLC. Celebrates 20 Years Of Manufacturing Excellence

    Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“Perma-Liner”) is celebrating 20 years of excellence in the trenchless pipeline rehabilitation industry. This year marks a milestone of innovation and perseverance in an ever-changing and growing industry.

  5. Envirosight Releases New Poster: Anatomy Of A Sanitary Sewer

    Envirosight, the market leader in underground pipeline inspection equipment, has released an illustrated poster Anatomy of a Sanitary Sewer. Sanitary sewers are critical to protecting public health and the environment, but few outside the industry understand their operation.

  6. DC Water’s Anacostia River Tunnel Saves River From 4.5 Billion Gallons Of Sewage Overflow In 2018

    Last Monday night’s rain was a fitting way to ring out the year — as 2018 goes into the books as the wettest year on record.

  7. Robots To Fix Underground Pipes And Help Cut Roadworks

    New micro robots will be built to repair the UK’s huge underground pipe network, significantly cutting the disruption caused by the 1.5 million road excavations that take place every year.

  8. EPA Provides $47.7M Loan To The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District For Water Infrastructure Upgrades

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $47.7M Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District in Missouri to help finance its Deer Creek Sanitary Tunnel and Sanitary Relief project.

  9. HDR’s Rodriguez Succeeds Plattsmier As PSP Director

    Albert Rodriguez has been promoted to director of pump stations and pipelines for water. He succeeds John Plattsmier who is retiring.

  10. Chippie Serves Up Fat-Free Dish To Celebrate Sewer Success This St Andrew’s Day

    An award-winning fish and chip shop has become an official champion of Scottish Water’s campaign to free sewers of fatbergs.