Let's face it - there are few things that make water utility crews want to cuss as much as water showing up where it shouldn't be. Though this is commonly caused by broken pipes, water travel can also cause some serious issues that your water utility needs to contend with. Whether it's water getting in where it shouldn't be or leaving where it should be, we're dedicated to helping you find the right solutions for every project and problem you encounter. Here's a quick overview of our new High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) trench dams and how they can help you get the job done.
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When you need to reinforce or rehabilitate your sewer or water lines, it can seem as though there are only a limited number of options available. You can dig up and replace the aging pipe, line it with PVC or HDPE, or as a new option, add an epoxy product to reinforce or support the existing pipe structure. But even though many water utilities are familiar with the first option and may have heard of the second option, very few are familiar with what epoxies are, how they work and what benefits they can bring to your system. Here's a quick look at Warren Epoxy's products and how they can help prop up your existing system when you need to buy years before replacing your pipe systems.
When your culverts are aging or beginning to fail, rehabbing them can seem like a difficult, expensive process. You need to dig up old culverts, remove them, replace them and then fix anything that has been disrupted at the end. But what if rehabilitating your municipality's or agency's old culverts could be done in a fast, easy fashion? Slip lining provides you with an easier, less labor-intensive way to rehabilitate your aging culverts without any significant digging, dangerous trench operations or risk of failure. Here are some of the benefits you can expect to see when slip lining your old culverts.