Under the Alberta-Ontario Innovation Program (AOP)-NSERC program, a unique partnership has formed among the universities of Waterloo and Alberta and Insituform Technologies to advance the rehabilitation and maintenance of the water distribution pipelines. The research is focused on the use of the cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) method, which involves fitting a new pipe within the existing deteriorating pipe. Results expected to improve water quality and decrease utility costs. Click here to read full article.
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