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Business marketing: the value of advertising online

Does your marketing plan include a budget for online ads? Find out why placing advertisements online is no longer an optional extra.

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Winding through Hungary

Budapest has become a model city for spiral-wound pipe rehabilitation from years of consistent application of the technology over several kilometres since 2010. Here, we look at the technology’s latest large profile rehabilitation project in the north-east of Budapest.

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Spiral wound answer for Ansbach

In the German city of Ansbach, Sekisui’s spiral-wound pipe rehabilitation solution was recently used to rehabilitate a decades-old brick sewer.

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Capacity for large pipe production extended

A new spiral pipe plant supplied by Schuler and Atis will enable Group Five Pipe Saudi to raise its annual output by 400,000 metric tons.

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Rehabilitation standards

At International No-Dig Down Under 2013, Wim Elzink spoke on ISTT’s involvement in developing international standards for pipeline rehabilitation.

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Complex reline recognised with ISTT Award

At the recent International No-Dig Down Under 2013, ISTT named the winners of its 2013 awards. For the second time in three years, Interflow has won the Rehabilitation Project of the Year Award.

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Spiral-wound solution for Paris’ stormwater system

A 110 m section of broken water pipe was recently rehabilitated using spiral-wound technology in Eaubonne, France.

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Kolkata’s super sewer up for trenchless refurbishment

The Kolkata Municipal Corporation will adopt Trenchless Technology to oversee the large and complex rehabilitation of Kolkata’s largest sewer, helping to alleviate the city’s persisting problem of water stagnation.

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UKSTT Award winner ventures to Oz

In 2012, Alex Aulds won the UKSTT Young Engineer Award for his paper on Wessex Water’s utilisation of UV liners to mitigate impacts to customers, and novel ways the water utility has utilised the longitudinal glass to act as a bridge. In March 2013, Mr Aulds decided to spend his travel bursary to visit the rehabilitation company Interflow in Sydney, Australia. Here, Mr Aulds provides an account of his travels.

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