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  • SWS Environmental Services adds Galveston, Texas location

    SWS Environmental Services (SWSES) has expanded its Texas operations to Galveston.  The newest location for SWSES was chosen for its maritime proximity on the Texas coast, providing for new services to the shipping, barge and petrochemical industries. The location comes complete with 200 feet of bulkhead for mooring - and access to an additional 6,800 feet - enabling ...


    By SWS Environmental Services

  • Pipe Maker JM Eagle Recognized for Energy Efficiency

    JM Eagle, the world's largest manufacturer of plastic pipe, was honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for achieving ambitious energy efficiency goals at four of its facilities. The news comes as the EPA released the results of the "Energy Star Challenge for Industry," an initiative it began last year to encourage U.S. manufacturers to improve energy efficiency. JM Eagle submitted ...


    By JM Eagle

  • Water Dispersible Pipe Joint Lubricant Announced

    A new high performance water dispersible pipe joint lubricant has been announced by its manufacturer, JTM Products, Inc. Phoenix™ 27-XL lube effectively lubricates pipe and pipe gaskets for safe and efficient assembly of all types of pipelines. The lubricant has been certified by NSF/ANSI to meet Standard 61-G for potable ...


    By PRWeb

  • Intellitect opens Gateway to in-pipe water quality data

    Intellitect Water has launched a new remote data collection and web display capability, known as ‘Intellitect Gateway’, that will enable the managers of water distribution networks to view water quality data in real-time. The new system collects data from any number of Intellisondes that can be simply installed at strategic locations within the drinking water distribution network to ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • Stop Massive Municipal Water Loss with GRP Pipes

    Nearly 40% of South Africa’s municipal water is lost before ever reaching customers, according to the Water Research Commission (WRC). This equates to approximately 1,580-million cubic metres of lost water per annum in a country considered “water-scarce”, or an estimated R7 billion in lost revenue.   Says Roger Rusch, CEO of Industrial Water Cooling ...

  • China Plastic Pipe Industry Report, 2012-2015

    As the world’s largest producer and consumer of plastic pipe, China’s output of plastic pipe reached 10 million tons in 2011 (a year-on-year increase of 19.0%), and about 11.67 million tons in 2012. In today’s China plastic pipe industry, PVC pipe still holds a dominant position, with output accounting for approximately 55% of the total. However, with the increasingly serious ...

  • Baltimore region embraces program to locate, map, assess and repair water distribution assets

    Over the past decade, the City of Baltimore has seen vast improvements in control point operability and system sustainability of its water distribution assets. The report card is looking better each year. The Baltimore City Department of Public Works shoulders a big responsibility.  The Department provides 265 million gallons of water daily to 1.8 million ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • In-Pipe Technology Introduces In-Pipe Texas, LLC to Promote Green Sewer Collection System Treatment in Texas

    In-Pipe Technology® Company, Inc. announced today the formation of In-Pipe Texas, LLC in Dallas, Texas to promote professional, green sewer collection system treatment services to the Texas municipal wastewater treatment market. In-Pipe transforms the existing sewer infrastructure into an effective biological reactor pre-treating the ...


    By PRWeb

  • Vortex pipes options iron ore project adjacent to Mamba minerals in Canada

    Vortex Pipes (ASX: VTX) has signed an agreement to acquire 100 per cent of the Snelgrove DSO iron ore project located in Newfoundland Labrador. Canada, from TSX-listed Cap-Ex Iron Ore (TSXCEV) and Preston Mineral Resources. What is likely to get attention is the project is adjacent to mineral claims and hematite deposits owned by Mamba Minerals Ltd (ASXMAB) and the recently discovered CLC ...

  • South Staffordshire Water chooses Krohne - and paints pipes to maintain accuracy

    Water supply utility South Staffordshire Water has chosen KROHNE OPTIFLUX electromagnetic flowmeters as its preferred meter– and has also standardised on a colour scheme for its pipework which helps to maintain the accuracy of the meters! South Staffordshire Water has around 500 flowmeters in its network.  All of the most recent abstraction and distribution input meters have been supplied by ...

  • In-Pipe Technology, Inc. Announces New Patent for Modular Smart Biofeeding Device

    In-Pipe Technology announced a new patent for a self-contained dosing system to dispense microbial solutions into a wastewater treatment environment. The device contains several removable modules that provide the user with the capability of quickly and easily removing one or more of the modules without the need for replacing or removing the entire unit. The modules are designed to hold bags ...

  • A-LOk Premium- The first Installation of the newest A-lok watertight pipe to manhole connector

    This is a story about  the very first installation of the newest  A-Lok product, The A-LOK “Premium”, pipe to manhole connector for stormwater and sanitary containment systems.This connector has the ability to change shape as the outside diameter of the pipe changes shape. This happens when the liquid filled core material inside the A-LOK Premium redistributes itself to ...


    By A-Lok Products, Inc.

  • CSB commends NFPA action on indoor purging of gas pipes

    The Chemical Safety Board is commending the National Fire Protection Association for an emergency change it has made to the National Fuel Gas Code, addressing the cause of the gatal June 2009 blast at the ConAgra Slim Jim Plant in North Carolina. On Feb. 4, 2010, then CSB chairman John Bresland presided at a Chemical Safety Board public meeting in Raleigh, NC to present the CSB’s findings ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • Artic Blasts can Result in Burst Pipes and Mold in Texas Homes & Buildings

    Texas and the Gulf Coast have already experienced a number of weather systems this winter that have brought exceptionally cold weather to the region.  Many of these areas are not used to these extreme frigid temperatures and can be especially vulnerable to freezing pipes in homes and buildings.   As water freezes, it expands and can put tremendous pressure ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Mold Concerns from a Broken Pipe Turn into Asbestos Removal Efforts

    EMSL Analytical provides asbestos, mold, bacteria and chemical testing solutions to keep building occupants and workers safe. Cinnaminson, NJ, August 25th, 2010 Earlier this month a pipe broke in a junior high school in Missouri.  Classes were scheduled to begin shortly after parts of the school were flooded.  As the affected areas were being dried to prevent ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • SewerVUE completes in-pipe radar scans in salt lake city

    SewerVUE’s parent company, Terraprobe Geoscience Corp. was hired by Carollo Engineers P.C. to undertake a high frequency ground penetrating radar (GPR) survey to investigate four interior joints of the 60-inch unlined RCP raw water Davis Aqueduct owned by the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District in Layton, Utah. This was a time critical project with the primary water supply shut down for ...


    By SewerVUE

  • In-Pipe Technology, Inc. Announces New Patent for Modular Smart Biofeeding Device

    In-Pipe Technology® Company, Inc. announced today a new patent issued for a Modular Smart Biofeeding Device (US Patent 9,249,036). In-Pipe Technology announced a new patent for a self-contained dosing system to dispense microbial solutions into a wastewater treatment environment. The device contains several removable modules that provide the user with the capability of quickly and easily ...

  • EPA Settlement with Dura Bond Pipe will Help Protect Residents in the Harrisburg Area

    In an EPA settlement, Dura Bond Pipe, LLC, located in Steelton, Pa., has agreed to pay a $45,040 penalty to settle alleged violations of hazardous waste regulations at its metal coating facility in Steelton, Pennsylvania. EPA cited Dura Bond Pipe for violating the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the federal law governing the treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste. RCRA ...

  • US gives order for pipe company to finish oil spill cleanup

    Two federal agencies issued an order Wednesday to ensure that Plains All American Pipeline finishes the cleanup of what they call the largest coastal oil spill in California in 25 years. The Environmental Protection Agency and the Coast Guard issued the joint Clean Water Act order to ensure the cleanup of heavy crude on land, at the shoreline ...


    By Associated Press

  • Tips for Preventing Frozen & Burst Pipes Offered by Arizona’s Public Adjusters

    Each year in the United States, water damage to residential and commercial buildings results in billions of dollars in property damage.  Many of these water damage events occur during the winter when pipes can freeze and burst.  While few residents of the Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas have to deal with frozen pipes, many other regions of Arizona experience months ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

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