December Rehab News: Inland acquires tech group, Grout Boot Camp Jan. 26 and more

December 2009 Vol. 64 No. 12
Ladtech HDPE rings are used as a lightweight, durable sewer chimney construction material.

Nu Flow enters exclusive distribution partnership with Flow-Liner
Edina, MN, solves age-old manhole problem
Aqualiner’s New Pipe Lining Product Receives NSF 61 Certification

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation acquires tech group, expands presence
Grout Boot Camp

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation acquires tech group, expands presence
Detroit, MI-based Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR), a leading provider of underground rehabilitation solutions with offices throughout the U.S., has acquired Improved Technologies Group LLC (ITG), a Knoxville, TN-headquartered sewer rehabilitation company.

The addition of ITG to the IPR family of companies will strengthen the company’s southeastern regional presence, while also supplementing IPR’s rapidly evolving roster of underground rehabilitation solutions. IPR is the country’s leading provider of pipe bursting and environmentally friendly rehabilitation services. The company also specializes in executing cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP), a trenchless rehabilitation method that enables underground construction to occur without any disruption to communities.

Grout Boot Camp
Grout Boot Camp is a three-day technical training event aimed at sewer grouting inspectors and operators of test and sealing systems. The event will be held at Aries Industries, Jan. 26-28, 2010 in Pompano Beach, FL.

Dick Schantz, Aries Industries, will be the lead trainer, with additional training by Avanti, deNeef and Logiball industry experts.

A technical overview includes: