Pipe Distribution

Plastic pipe. Steel pipe. Concrete pipe. Cast iron pipe. HDPE pipe. The industry has strong opinions on which type of pipe is best for which situation. Pipe is used not only for sanitary sewers, storm sewers and plumbing found in the home, but also distribution of water. Replacing pipe and distribution systems has become a large topic since the advent of the water crisis in Flint, Mich. This channel provides news, articles and other resources to keep you up-to-date on pipe and distribution systems for the water treatment and wastewater treatment industries.

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Mar 23 2015
The Talon 2000 has the ability to lift 2000-mm pipe from the ground with its powerful jaws as the machine adjusts its height and orientation to…
Mar 19 2015
The Southern Delivery System (SDS), one of the largest water projects under construction in the western U.S., will complete its 50 miles of pipeline…
Mar 12 2015
While most of the country braces for more snow and ice, adding on to an already record breaking season, the water infrastructure is cracking below.…
Mar 12 2015
SAK Construction LLC began work on a $9.2 million contract to rehabilitate 5,575 linear ft of aging combined sewer in downtown St. Louis. The project…
Mar 3 2015
In St. Louis there is an old adage: the bigger the project, the bigger the challenge. In sewer rehabilitation, that saying certainly rings true. Due…
Feb 26 2015
Innovyze announced that the City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation (LASAN) Wastewater Engineering Services Div. (WESD) has selected the company’s…
Feb 23 2015
McElroy has opened an office and demonstration facility in Bangalore, India, devoted to sales, rentals and technical service. “We see a tremendous…
Feb 23 2015
More than 300 concrete pipe professionals from across North America will gather in Orlando, Fla., next month for the 2015 American Concrete Pipe Assn…
Feb 10 2015
NACE Intl., a nonprofit organization serving the corrosion control industry, announced that its Houston Headquarters has ISO 9001:2008 certification…
Feb 9 2015
As the world’s infrastructure continues to age, municipal agencies and engineers are working harder than ever to preserve, repair and rehabilitate …
Feb 9 2015
Compared with high-profile oil and gas pipeline spills, water main leaks receive relatively little attention. But should these comparatively…
Feb 4 2015
American Water’s American Water Resources (AWR) subsidiary has been awarded a five-year contract renewal as the preferred vendor to deliver service…
Feb 2 2015
The ecoFIT industrial polyethylene piping system is designed for a spectrum of broad-based applications. The welded system features chemical…
Feb 2 2015
SAK Construction LLC began work on a new $17.3 million contract to install 115,000 linear ft of 8- to 24-in. cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) in a dozen…
Feb 2 2015
The fusing of thermoplastic pipe results in a leak-free and corrosive-resistant system that is becoming the preferred choice for replacing…
Jan 20 2015
McElroy’s In-Ditch 48 brings fusion capability to confined work settings using large-diameter pipe. It features a top-loading heater and facer that…
Jan 15 2015
The Fort Hall Indian Irrigation Project (FHIIP), located in southeast Idaho, is dealing with problems common to many irrigation systems across the…
Jan 15 2015
For several generations, iron pipe has earned a reputation for strength and durability, having served North America for almost 200 years. Modern…
Jan 15 2015
The Water Department for Haines City, Fla., serves 20,000 customers and oversees and maintains 89 miles of water main ranging from 2 to 30 in.; 7…
Dec 15 2014
The McElroy hydraulically adjustable Pipe Stand for 4- to 20-in. (200- to 500-mm) pipe helps align thermoplastic pipe more efficiently on butt fusion…
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