The $5.7M wastewater pipeline rehabilitation contract in Montgomery, Ala., was awarded to Aegion Corporation’s subsidiary, Insituform Technologies.
Water treatment plant will provide potable water to Abidjan, the country's largest city.
The New England trenchless and municipal services provider key part of Vortex's expansion plans.
Utility to replace more than 85,000 feet of aging infrastructure.
Mergers will enhance HDPE pipe solutions and fire protection offerings.
An overview of how machine learning can help prioritize the planning of large-scale drinking water pipe replacement projects, such as the replacement of asbestos cement pipes.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to choosing pipe material for water and wastewater projects, but depending on the task and its requirements, there are some benefits that various pipe materials can provide above others.
Member companies in three product categories were recognized.
The city of Santa Barbara was able to use grooved coupling technology to repair a 36-inch subsea intake pipe and reactivate a desalination facility that had been in standby mode since 1996.
HYMAX GRIP 16” is the first restraint product of its size with four top-facing bolts and a stab-fit, one-piece design.
Acquisition was made for $140 million in cash.
Polywrap is a proven way to protect ductile iron pipe from exterior corrosion but recent advancements have made it even more effective.
Steel is ubiquitous in water and wastewater treatment plants and manufacturers serving the industry are keenly aware of the impact of the tariffs levied on steel imports to the United States.
Researchers develop hydrogen peroxide-bubbling microparticles that may help eradicate dangerous biofilms.