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A resin calculator, technical data sheets and overviews on carrier materials, such as liner and hat profile types or fiber glass mats are included on the new ‘Site Guide’ app from Trelleborg‘s pipe seal operation.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Five years ago when the federal government announced its intent to designate styrene as a “possible” cause of cancer in humans, makers and sellers of a wide range of products containing styrene were seriously concerned, including those in the sanitary sewer rehabilitation industry.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

This year marked the 20th anniversary of the Underground Construction Technology International Conference & Exhibition and the 14th year for the RehabZone, the popular “show within a show” at UCT which offers objective, “no-sell” information about the rapidly-growing pipeline rehabilitation industry.

Frank O. Welch, president of Rockford Corporation, was elected Pipe Line Contractors Association president at the group’s recent annual meeting at the Park Hyatt Aviara in Carlsbad, CA.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

The One-Call system is the starting point for preventing accidentally damage to underground utilities.

Members of the International Pipe Bursting Association, a division of NASSCO, held their annual meeting in January at UCT 2015.

Another year, another convention, another record – that has become the pattern for the high-growth and extremely active National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO).

Randy Happel, Contributing Editor

Rod Thornhill, P.E., president of White Rock Consultants, Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX, is the 2015 recipient of the Underground Construction Technology Association (UCTA)/Underground Construction magazine’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.

Quadex, a leading provider of protective coating and lining materials to the wastewater infrastructure market, is launching a rebranding campaign associated with its strategic expansion of products and services.

SAK Construction LLC has begun work on a $9.2 million contract to rehabilitate 5,575 linear feet of aging combined sewer in downtown St. Louis, MO.

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