16 July 2020

Fundamentals of Municipal Grouting Online Video Course

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Fundamentals of Municipal Grouting Online Video Course

Injection grouting is designed specifically to stop infiltration at all four points of entry—mainline, manholes, laterals and lateral connections. Engineers, municipalities, and specialty contractors can learn the Fundamentals of Municipal Grouting online, on your time, and at no cost - www.municipalgrouting.com

04 October 2019

RMNASTT Municipal Grouting Good Practices Course

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RMNASTT Municipal Grouting Good Practices Course

Join us at the 2019 RMNASTT Rocky Mountain Chapter Conference - Trenchless Elevated!

26 June 2017

Eliminating Infiltration in the Collection Systems Begins with Knowing How

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Eliminating Infiltration in the Collection Systems Begins with Knowing How

CIPP Lining is brilliant technology designed to solve structural issues and optimized for mainline sewer pipe. Injection grouting is designed specifically to stop infiltration at all four points of entry—mainline, manholes, service laterals and connections. Starting today, engineers, municipalities, and specialty contractors can learn the Fundamentals of Municipal Grouting online, on their time and at no cost.

26 April 2017

Out of Sight, Out of Mind No More

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind No More

I recently conducted a field training with the City of Daytona Beach. We were scheduled to stop active infiltration in a few storm boxes and a lift station. Early in the morning, we were near the lift station we were going to train at and I noticed a sanitary manhole in the middle of the street that had noticeable depressions in the asphalt on one side. I made the comment - only as an observation - that groundwater infiltration and loss of fines was likely the cause for the depression in the street.

25 August 2016

How to Start-Up a Municipal Grouting Program

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Guidance Questions Reveal Step-by-Step Answers

Purpose of this article is to provide insight to municipal decision-makers and their consultants on how to initiate, prioritize and fund an injection grouting program. This assumes your interests are aligned with the advantages of grouting: control groundwater infiltration and soil sediments impacting capacity, reduce SSOs and excessive flows to WWTPs, and extend the life cycle of collection system assets before costly structural repairs are required.