27 July 2021

NASTT’s Municipal Sewer Grouting Good Practices Course

Posted in Industry News, Water & Wastewater

The cause for Municipal Grouting is clear: Sustainable solutions to control I&I, stabilize the sewer trench to mitigate structural decay, reduce flow to the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) for increased capacity and decrease cost to municipalities.

This NASTT's Good Practices: Municipal Sewer Grouting course is ideal for specifying engineers, municipal stakeholders and specialty contractors that are looking to mitigate I&I with a holistic approach.

This short course will walk through 16 modules of videos with presentations over the history, the purpose, the technologies and techniques of injection grouting for municipal applications - mainline, manhole, laterals, and connections.

 

Presenters: Ron Manestar - Aries Industries, Britt Babcock - Avanti International, and Marc Anctil - Logiball
Date: August 18, 2021
Time: 10 am - 2 pm (CDT)
Location: Anywhere you have internet access!
Cost: $200.00 - includes attendance to the course, course handouts and CEU certificate issued by Louisiana Tech University. 

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