PIPES ARTICLES

Bangladesh approves water supply project for 45 municipalities

The Executive Committee of National Economic Council of Bangladesh has approved a project to supply clean drinking water through pipelines in 45 municipalities.

Pure Technologies wins $3M in U.S., Canadian contracts, value could top $11M

Pipeline inspection company Pure Technologies has been awarded contracts in Canada and the United States worth $3 million with a potential $11 million.

Drainline study

The Plumbing Efficiency Research Coalition (PERC) has released a study examining "The Drainline Transport of Solid Waste in Buildings."

Trench restoration

Falcon manufactures portable asphalt recyclers and asphalt haulers for trench restoration and point repairs.

Graphics Products releases new U.S. Wastewater Treatment Pipe Marking Guide

Responding to the challenge of color standards in wastewater treatment plant pipe marking, Graphic Products, Inc., has published the Wastewater Treatment Pipe Marking Guide.

Global Water plans pilot 'smart water grid' benefiting people, pipes, projects

Global Water Technologies is launching a pilot "smart water grid" that demonstrates the importance of addressing sustainable infrastructure that benefits people, pipes and policy.

U.S. aging water infrastructure solutions sought with GWT, BAM-I partnership

Global Water Technologies has partnered with the Buried Asset Management Institute-International to test new solutions for aging water infrastructure.

CA community's water infrastructure to be improved with RBF, SMWD partnership

RBF Consulting was recently selected by Santa Margarita Water District for a $640,000 civil engineering services contract to design new pipelines, reservoirs and appurtenant facilities to support R...

ADS donates piping materials, engineering services to NJ for Hurricane Sandy relief

Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. will be offering pipe products to help repair New Jersey's infrastructure damaged by the two recent major storms.

MA wastewater pumping station to receive significant upgrades with $5.5M contracting bid

C.H. Nickerson & Company announced it has won a $5.5 million dollar bid for facility upgrades at the Lake Avenue Waste Water Pumping Station in Worcester, Mass.