Pennsylvania State Senator Gene Yaw toured Advanced Drainage Systems’ (ADS) pipe plant, discussing fair and open competition issues.
A UK utility has commissioned new technology for the £300 million (US$398 million) West Cumbria Water Project in northwest England, UK.
The North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) has named Frank Firsching as the recipient the Outstanding Lifetime Service Award.
Registrations are still available for Trenchless Arabia, taking place in Jordan on 3–5 March 2019.
Charles Machine Works has named Kevin Smith as the President of subsidiaries Subsite® Electronics and HammerHead® Trenchless.
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is counting down to the biannual no-dig event, Trenchless Middle East.
The French Society for Trenchless Technology (FSTT) national biennial no-dig event returns to Chatou, France on 18–19 June 2019.
Singapore’s Public Utility Board (PUB) has awarded a major contract for site development works for the Tuas Water Reclamation Plant.
Trenchless Arabia, taking place in conjunction with Arab Water Week, is being supported by a world-class scientific committee.
Louisiana Tech University’s Trenchless Technology Centre (TTC) has opened registrations for its fourth Utility Investigation School (UIS).
The introduction of the Hawle NoDig System – the first entirely trenchless solution for establishing water house connections – has been recognised with the ISTT New Machine Award for 2018.
Michels has completed a project with a curved alignment, extending the limits of microtunnelling.
Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) has been used to rehabilitate a damaged network inside a historic building in Dallas, US.
The No-Dig Down Under Conference and Exhibition has opened Call for Papers.
A representative from an ISTT Affiliated Society has been elected to the World Water Council (WWC) Board.
Registrations are available for Trenchless Arabia, taking place in Dead Sea, Jordan on 3–5 March 2019.
Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology has improved reliability and reduced leakage in a project in California, US.
One of the largest relining companies in Europe has extended market opportunities for its Bluelight system, entering partnership with HammerHead® Trenchless.
A major UK water utility has awarded a five-year, £40 million (US$52.5 million) contract to deliver leak detection technology to multiple suppliers.
Relining has played a key role in the rehabilitation of a pipeline crucial to one of Europe’s largest man-made nature reserves.
AOC Aliancys, working with contractor Insituform, restored drinking water supply in downtown Amsterdam after relining a 100-year-old cast iron pipe under a canal.
Working with client AB Marti, iMPREG has completed a liner installation in the municipality of Nuvilly in Switzerland.
The 2017 Common Ground Alliance (CGA) annual DIRT report has found that damage caused by excavation activities to buried assets in the US has increased by 5.5 per cent since 2016.
UK water utility Anglian Water has proposed a plan to invest £6.5 billion (US$8.5 billion) in water management over the 2020–25 period.
Registrations are still available for the 2nd Trenchless Balkans, taking place in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on 18–19 October 2018.
The International Water Association (IWA) World Water Congress and Exhibition’s three themes will focus on the future of the water industry and its issues when it takes place on 16–21 September 2018.