Posts In: Stormwater

4 July 2018
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Stormwater

Australian utility assists with Wessex Water rehabilitation project

Australian utility Sydney Water has assisted UK water utility Wessex Water in prolonging the life of a sewer by 200 years.

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11 April 2018
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Water

Vacuum excavation increases safety at UCF

Vacuum excavation has been used at the University of Central Florida (UCF) to increase safety and efficiency.

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28 March 2018
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Stormwater

Indian rail station uses microtunnelling for flood solution

India’s East Coast Railway has used microtunnelling to clear a water-logged station in its network.

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14 March 2018
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Stormwater

Herrenknecht MTBM microtunnels drainage channel in Germany

A Herrenknecht microtunnel boring machine (MTBM) has been used to microtunnel a stormwater drainage channel in Freudenstadt, Germany.

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30 January 2018
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Water

Xylem opens new Asian service hub

Xylem has opened a new pump rental and services hub in Calamba in the Laguna province, Philippines to support municipal and industrial sector demands across the Philippines and Southeast Asia.

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8 November 2017
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Water

Pipeline Renewal Technologies releases sewer repair white paper

Pipeline Renewal Technologies has released a new white paper examining factors to consider when choosing repair techniques.

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8 November 2017
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Wastewater

City of Ottawa prepares for cross-town tunnelling

The Dragados–Tomlinson joint venture (JV) has begun to assemble the tunnel boring machine (TBM) that will be used to deliver the City of Ottawa’s CA$232.3 million (US$181.9 million) Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel (CSST).

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5 October 2017
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Wastewater

Aussie Trenchless Supplies’ SRP EXP rehabilitation system sent to South America

Aussie Trenchless Supplies has celebrated the first overseas export order of its unique spiral lining system, SRP EXP, with over 15,000 lineal metres on its way to South America.

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26 September 2017
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Water

Fall edition of Trenchless International now online

The latest edition of Trenchless International is now available to be read online.

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8 September 2017
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Water

HOBAS and Amiantit join forces to form Amiblu

Glass reinforced plastic (GRP) specialists HOBAS and Amiantit Europe have merged their European business activities to form a joint venture (JV) known as Amiblu.

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7 September 2017
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Water

Second annual conference to take place in Dubai

The 2nd Annual Future Drainage and Stormwater Networks Dubai will take place at the Marriott Hotel Al Jaddaf in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on 2-3 October 2017.

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4 July 2017
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Summer 2017

Bringing new life to brick sewers

The author of a number of technical papers on an ambitious project to rehabilitate a series of ageing brick sewers under Kolkata, recently travelled to Australia to present on the project.

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11 April 2017
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Stormwater

Abu Dhabi event explores US$2.5 billion stormwater plan

To be held from 1-2 May 2017, the Future Drainage & Stormwater Networks Abu Dhabi event will explore the US$2.5 billion Abu Dhabi Stormwater Management Plan.

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25 October 2016
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Water

Aqualiner lodges patent application for lining product

Aqualiner has applied for a patent for technology it has developed to improve its equipment in water pipes, and also has potential use in pipe renewal, gas distribution and rising sewer mains.

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25 October 2016
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Water

Representatives from $3.7 b project present at Qatar water event

Five representatives involved in the design and supervision of the Ashghal Local Roads, Drainage and Stormwater Program (LRDP) will present at Future Drainage and Stormwater Networks Qatar (FDQ) on 5-6 December.

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14 October 2016
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Water

Bidding on the run

The City of Atlanta is completing a US$300 million tunnel installation and water system revitalisation program using the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) delivery method, which see the continuous release of bidding components as designs are developed.

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14 October 2016
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Water

Singapore’s wastewater future

Singapore Public Utilities Board’s (PUB) Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS) is a two-stage
US$7.3 billion project designed to meet the country’s needs for used water collection, treatment, reclamation and disposal.

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27 September 2016
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Water

Dubai Water Conference supports city’s drainage plan

Future Drainage and Stormwater Networks Dubai will address the strategies for the development of a resilient drainage and stormwater network in Dubai, UAE, from 26–27 October 2016.

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10 May 2016
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Water

Stantec completes acquisition of MWH Global

Stantec has announced its successful acquisition of the Colorado-based engineering, consulting and construction management firm MWH Global (MWH).

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24 January 2016
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Water

Canadian water infrastructure at risk of rapid deterioration

The 2016 Canadian Infrastructure Report Card has found that Canada water infrastructure will rapidly decline without substantial investment.

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20 January 2016
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Stormwater

Denver stormwater project uses HOBAS pipes

HOBAS has recently shipped 122 m of DN 3,000 CC-GRP jacking pipes to Denver, Colorado, to be used in the 33rd Street Outfall Project.

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13 January 2016
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Water

EOIs for major leak detection program closing soon

Australian utility Unitywater will be accepting expressions of interest for the provision of network-wide leak detection services until 3 pm on 29 January.

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29 December 2015
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Image courtesy of Thames Tideway.
Wastewater

Super Sewer construction gets underway

Thames Water has signalled the official start of construction work on London’s Super Sewer project with the placement of a crane-supporting barge on the river Thames.

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3 December 2015
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Water

Water UK commissions consortium for water strategy

A consortium including Atkins, Mott MacDonald and NERA has been commissioned to develop a water resilience strategy for Water UK.

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29 November 2015
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Markus Voigt. Image courtesy Wasser Berlin.
Water

Wasser Berlin appoints new Chief Executive

Markus Voigt has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of Wasser Berlin, an international platform for the water and wastewater industries.

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25 November 2015
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Michels Canada has doubled the size of its headquarters in Nisku, Alberta
Water

Toronto increases support to water networks

The City of Toronto recently launched a series of rate-supported budgets to support vital public services, including city-wide water infrastructure.

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