Sewers and Sewer Line Maintenance News

  1. Under Pressure, NJ Focuses On Keeping Sewage Out Of Rivers

    Facing pressure from the federal government and environmental groups, New Jersey regulators appear to be cracking down on the disposal of raw sewage into rivers and streams.

  2. AMERICAN Receives International Award For Customer Service Excellence

    AMERICAN Cast Iron Pipe Company’s Ductile Iron Pipe Division received the 2015 International Service Excellence Award that recognizes excellence, professionalism and outstanding achievement in customer service.

  3. EBAA Iron, Inc. Announces The 54 Inch Nominal Pipe Size MEGALUG Mechanical Joint Restraint For Ductile Iron Pipe.

    EBAA Iron, Inc. announces the 1100 Series MEGALUG Mechanical Joint Restraint is now available for restraining plain-end or spigot end of 54 inch Ductile Iron Pipe (DIP) at Mechanical Joint (MJ) fittings or other MJ appurtenances with a 200 PSI pressure rating which includes a 2:1 safety factor.

  4. F.W. Webb Enters Water Works Industry

    For the first time in its enduring history, the F.W. Webb Company, which is marking its 150th anniversary this year, is now in the water works business. F.W. Webb announced recently it has formed the F.W. Webb Water Works Division after acquiring Water Works Supply Corp. (WWSC) of Malden, MA and Londonderry, NH.

  5. Victaulic Introduces Refuse-To-Fuse Joining System For HDPE Pipe

    Victaulic, the world’s leading manufacturer of mechanical pipe-joining systems, recently announced the launch of its Refuse-to-Fuse system for high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe.

  6. Study Sets Course Toward Corrosion Management Practices To Increase Safety, Decrease $2.5T Global Cost Of Corrosion

    NACE International recently released the “International Measures of Prevention, Application and Economics of Corrosion Technology (IMPACT)” study, in which it estimates the global cost of corrosion to be US$2.5T, equivalent to roughly 3.4 percent of the global Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

  7. Down The Drain: Here's Why We Should Use Rainwater To Flush Toilets

    If you live in one of four major U.S. cities chances are you’re letting the benefits of a ubiquitous natural resource go right down the drain — when it could be used to cut down your water bill.

  8. Big Taxes, Slow Sewer Pipes Result From Cali Drought Mandate

    California regulators extended mandatory water usage cuts in February as the five-year drought continues to afflict more than 60 percent of the state.

  9. Innovyze Further Expands RDII Analyst Functionality, Setting New Standard For Sanitary And Combined Sewer System Model Calibration

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced the newest release of itsRDII Analyst (Rainfall-Derived Inflow and Infiltration) for InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM.

  10. City Of Houston Installs 54-Inch Microtunnel, 14,700 Feet Long And One Year Ahead Of Schedule

    BRH Garver Construction, L.P. of Houston, Texas will soon complete the installation of 54-inch jacking pipe for the Lift Station Renewal and Replacement Program: 54-inch Gravity Sewer Line Project which began in August of 2014.Hobas Pipe USA