There is a current world report making its rounds stating that the planet is facing a mounting and “invisible” water pollution crisis. The report claims the issue is responsible for a one-third reduction in potential economic growth in the most heavily affected areas. The study, which assembled the world’s largest database of water pollution, assesses how a combination of bacteria, sewage, chemicals, and plastics suck oxygen from water supplies and transform water into poison for people and ecosystems. Because of the huge number of different pollutants......

Earlier this month, the USDA announced that it is investing $135 million in 49 projects to improve rural water infrastructure in 24 states. It’s so critical that the USDA continues to partner with our rural communities to address their current and long-term water needs. Updating water infrastructure will produce key health benefits and spur economic growth making rural places even more attractive to live and work. These investments are coming through the Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant program. Rural cities and towns, water districts......

Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“PERMA-LINER”) the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials in North America, is sponsoring a plumbing continuing education course led by renowned Master Plumber McKenzie W James. It will be offered at Chemeketa Community College in the Brooks Regional Training Center on August 17, 2019 from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The eight-hour class – Building Sanitary Sewers – will consist of four hours of classroom work and four hours outside participating in and viewing demonstrations of PERMA-LINER products......

There are typically four steps to a successful CIPP project: inspect line, clean the line, assess then repair. Updated and new technology – crawler robots – are used to inspect these infrastructures, both before and after the project is complete. These underground cameras are necessary because municipalities, homeowners, business owners or private utilities need to know what is going on before using the CIPP method to repair. Throughout the last decade, the industry has seen a rise in the array of camera technologies: full-color, panoramic systems,......

The U.S. government has shut down all research at the nation’s top biological warfare lab amid fears deadly diseases could leak into wastewater. Scientists at Fort Detrick, Maryland, study Ebola, the plague and rabbit fever. But last month U.S. health officials from the CDC sent a cease-and-desist order citing concerns that the lab does not have ‘sufficient systems in place to decontaminate wastewater.’ All research has been put on hold until further notice. The cease-and-desist notice automatically terminated the center’s registration with the Federal Select Agent......

Hidden underground, the pipe that connects your toilets to the public sewer lines is very easy to ignore — until there’s an issue with it. Fortunately, it’s often possible to spot and repair sewer problems before they lead to costly excavation and pipe replacement. As a homeowner, it’s a responsibility to pay attention to your sewer line. It can save time and money. There are five steps all homeowners should do to check on the sewer lines: inspect before you buy, check the sewer line regularly,......

Hurricane season is well underway for East Coasters. With the season not ending until November, the EPA is calling on the public to prepare now for natural disasters to aid recovery efforts. One point always challenging during a natural disaster is debris and household hazardous waste management, which ultimately has a great impact on public safety. Based on the responses to Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Florence, EPA responders were in the field during the aftermath and managed a tremendous amount of waste as part of......

This year could be a record-breaker. Scientists are predicting a near-record Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ where the water holds too little oxygen to sustain marine life. What contributes to a “record-breaking” year? This year we have seen an abnormally high amount of spring rainfall in many parts of the Mississippi River corridor. This led to record amounts of water carrying large amounts of fertilizer and other harmful nutrients downriver. Once these nutrients are in the river, they then feed algae using up oxygen from the......

You better think twice about what you flush away? It could save you money, and the environment. A recent study conducted by Ryerson University recently released a new report on a test of single-use wipes against rigorous criteria for flushability. The report comes out of Ryerson’s Flushability Lab at Ryerson Urban Water, and includes the testing of 23 single-use products that were labeled as “flushable” by the manufacturer. Results showed that not one single wipe was able to fall apart or disperse safely through the sewer......

Funding to disaster areas will now be quicker thanks to a Memorandum of Understanding recently announced by the EPA and FEMA. The process will now be streamlined for easier and quicker distribution. The EPA said this Memorandum will give disaster-stricken communities faster access to federal funds that will aid in their rebuilding process by helping to restore crucial infrastructure and water services. Some of the highlights of the Memorandum of Understanding include: Encourages a tribe or local government to access a no-interest or low-interest loan from......

  • There is a current world report making its rounds stating that the planet is facing a mounting and “invisible” water pollution crisis. The report claims the issue is responsible for a one-third reduction in potential economic growth in the most heavily affected areas. The study, which assembled the world’s largest database of water pollution, assesses how a combination of bacteria, sewage, chemicals, and plastics suck oxygen from water supplies and transform water into poison for people and ecosystems. Because of the huge number of different pollutants...

  • Earlier this month, the USDA announced that it is investing $135 million in 49 projects to improve rural water infrastructure in 24 states. It’s so critical that the USDA continues to partner with our rural communities to address their current and long-term water needs. Updating water infrastructure will produce key health benefits and spur economic growth making rural places even more attractive to live and work. These investments are coming through the Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant program. Rural cities and towns, water districts...

  • Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“PERMA-LINER”) the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials in North America, is sponsoring a plumbing continuing education course led by renowned Master Plumber McKenzie W James. It will be offered at Chemeketa Community College in the Brooks Regional Training Center on August 17, 2019 from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The eight-hour class – Building Sanitary Sewers – will consist of four hours of classroom work and four hours outside participating in and viewing demonstrations of PERMA-LINER products...

  • There are typically four steps to a successful CIPP project: inspect line, clean the line, assess then repair. Updated and new technology – crawler robots – are used to inspect these infrastructures, both before and after the project is complete. These underground cameras are necessary because municipalities, homeowners, business owners or private utilities need to know what is going on before using the CIPP method to repair. Throughout the last decade, the industry has seen a rise in the array of camera technologies: full-color, panoramic systems,...

  • The U.S. government has shut down all research at the nation’s top biological warfare lab amid fears deadly diseases could leak into wastewater. Scientists at Fort Detrick, Maryland, study Ebola, the plague and rabbit fever. But last month U.S. health officials from the CDC sent a cease-and-desist order citing concerns that the lab does not have ‘sufficient systems in place to decontaminate wastewater.’ All research has been put on hold until further notice. The cease-and-desist notice automatically terminated the center’s registration with the Federal Select Agent...

  • Hidden underground, the pipe that connects your toilets to the public sewer lines is very easy to ignore — until there’s an issue with it. Fortunately, it’s often possible to spot and repair sewer problems before they lead to costly excavation and pipe replacement. As a homeowner, it’s a responsibility to pay attention to your sewer line. It can save time and money. There are five steps all homeowners should do to check on the sewer lines: inspect before you buy, check the sewer line regularly,...

  • Hurricane season is well underway for East Coasters. With the season not ending until November, the EPA is calling on the public to prepare now for natural disasters to aid recovery efforts. One point always challenging during a natural disaster is debris and household hazardous waste management, which ultimately has a great impact on public safety. Based on the responses to Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Florence, EPA responders were in the field during the aftermath and managed a tremendous amount of waste as part of...

  • This year could be a record-breaker. Scientists are predicting a near-record Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ where the water holds too little oxygen to sustain marine life. What contributes to a “record-breaking” year? This year we have seen an abnormally high amount of spring rainfall in many parts of the Mississippi River corridor. This led to record amounts of water carrying large amounts of fertilizer and other harmful nutrients downriver. Once these nutrients are in the river, they then feed algae using up oxygen from the...

  • You better think twice about what you flush away? It could save you money, and the environment. A recent study conducted by Ryerson University recently released a new report on a test of single-use wipes against rigorous criteria for flushability. The report comes out of Ryerson’s Flushability Lab at Ryerson Urban Water, and includes the testing of 23 single-use products that were labeled as “flushable” by the manufacturer. Results showed that not one single wipe was able to fall apart or disperse safely through the sewer...

  • Funding to disaster areas will now be quicker thanks to a Memorandum of Understanding recently announced by the EPA and FEMA. The process will now be streamlined for easier and quicker distribution. The EPA said this Memorandum will give disaster-stricken communities faster access to federal funds that will aid in their rebuilding process by helping to restore crucial infrastructure and water services. Some of the highlights of the Memorandum of Understanding include: Encourages a tribe or local government to access a no-interest or low-interest loan from...

  • Throughout the nation, there has been much talk for a call to action on the infrastructure woes hitting America. A so-called “infrastructure bill” could stimulate the economy, provide Americans jobs and start repairing the roads, bridges and aging water systems. But, there was some movement in the form of a bill when President Trump signed into law the drinking water infrastructure bill. That movement is not enough. Last year’s bill, America’s Water Infrastructure Act, or AWIA, was the latest iteration of biennial water policy legislation known...

  • A J.D. Power 2019 Water Utility Residential Study addressed water quality issues and provided insight into customer satisfaction drivers. There’s been a trend in sequential surveys with customer reports of water quality issues being down. However, water utilities nationwide are looking at a period of massive infrastructure investment and construction. According to J.D. Power, the ability of water utilities to manage the infrastructure investment process will be determined by how well they communicate with customers while minimizing service interruptions and quality issues. Key findings in the.

  • America’s infrastructure is falling apart. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gives the nation’s infrastructure a D+ grade. That includes the roads and bridges we drive on every day, the airports we use for business and vacation travel, and the schools where we send our children to learn. The only way to actually fix these issues and solve the infrastructure woes is funding. We need money. The American Society of Civil Engineers say $4.6 trillion is needed for improvements over the next 10 years. But...

  • There’s a new bill introduced that could provide relief for many communities throughout the nation dealing with sewer and stormwater management issues. The legislation – Stop Sewage Overflow Act – expands the EPA’s Stormwater Reuse Municipal Grant program, which is used to provide federal grants to states and municipalities for the planning, design and construction for combined sewer overflow, sanitary sewer overflows and stormwater management. Combined sewer overflows are a combination of stormwater and sanitary sewer systems. These systems are common in the Northeast and Midwest....

  • Generation Z students are now in college and many of them want to do what’s best for the environment by creating the next best thing that can be versatile to a nation whose stormwater management is an issue in many communities. The EPA has announced the winners of its seventh annual Campus RainWorks Challenge, a national competition that engages college students in the design of on-campus green infrastructure solutions to address stormwater pollution has concluded and the EPA has announced its winners. This challenge encourages students...

  • There are new guidelines to follow when applying for financing from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This week, the EPA issued these new guidelines, which highlights recent changes made to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund as a result of America’s Water Infrastructure Act from 2018. In 2018 the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) committed $2.8 billion in drinking water infrastructure loans and refinancing and distributed $2.5 billion for drinking water infrastructure to improve our nation’s public health. Earlier this month, the head of...

  • Working in any sector of the plumbing industry, one tends to figure out what’s a go and what’s a no-no. But many don’t realize the five most common code violations. Plumbing codes help ensure the proper performance of plumbing systems. These codes make for more efficient systems while safeguarding the health and safety of the public. Many people attempt to make fixes on their own to save money or they think it will be an easy repair but in reality, it could cause more damage. That’s...

  • The head of the EPA recently made a stance on what he feels the nation’s focus should be on: potable water, not climate change. In his recent interview stated that “1,000 children die every day worldwide because they don’t have safe drinking water.” The interview comes just ahead of a new international clean water program the former coal lobbyist and current agency head will soon roll out. According to the World Health Organization, roughly 2 billion people around the world use a drinking water source contaminated...

  • The EPA recently announced the development of a Water Reuse Action Plan. The plan aims to leverage the expertise of both industry and government to ensure the effective use of the nation’s water resources. The nation’s water resources are critical to all communities and the federal government has the accountability to ensure all Americans have access to reliable sources of clean water. There is constant work taking place to advance water reuse but it doesn’t seem to be happening as quickly as the EPA would like....

  • ROSEMONT, Ill., April 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Waterline Renewal Technologies, Inc. (“WRT”), a leading provider of engineered products used in the trenchless rehabilitation of wastewater infrastructure for municipal, commercial, industrial and residential applications, has been acquired by Behrman Capital (“Behrman”), a private equity investment firm based in New York and San Francisco. WRT was formerly a division of Triwater Holdings, LLC. “We are extremely excited about this new chapter for WRT,” said Matt Fishbune, WRT president. “By joining fo

  • As previously announced, we are opening a brand new facility in Bow, N.H. and hosting a Grand Opening Celebration April 16 and 17. Throughout the multi-day open house, company professionals and trainers will provide live demonstrations and information about Perma-Liner and the technology we are known for nationwide. Joining us at the Grand Opening will be AP/M PERMAFORM® (“AP/M”)! Since 1975, AP/M has been the industry leader in manhole renewal. The company remains committed to developing the best products for the manhole renewal industry applied consistently...

  • Grand Opening of Newest facility located outside of Concord, New Hampshire CLEARWATER, Fla. – There is a new distribution warehouse coming to Bow, New Hampshire for Perma-Liner certified installers in need of onsite materials and assistance. Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“Perma-Liner”), the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials in North America, is celebrating its newest distribution warehouse by hosting a grand opening for the public on Tuesday, April 16 and Wednesday, April 17. Located at 7 Tallwood Drive in units 5, 6...

  • Most of Earth is made up of water. Seawater that is. Seawater this is undrinkable. It’s crazy to think how much water is on Earth, yet, it’s undrinkable for those who need it the most. Sometimes it’s a cruel irony and this situation is just that. People have been trying to remove salt from seawater for more than 65 years. The process to remove this salt is called desalination, and today almost 20,000 facilities across the world are making salt water drinkable to sustain growing population...

  • A new study from USC has stated that antibiotic-resistance can now be spread through wastewater treatment plants. The study found that if bacteria in wastewater treatment plants are exposed to just one type of antibiotic, they can actually develop resistance to several drugs. Then ultimately affecting the human body. Many people view the world we live in as a “post-antibiotic world” or wish we lived in a world without antibiotics or other medications. They also feel we as humans are reaching a scary place where we...

  • Growing concerns over drinkable water are becoming a global theme and anthem. It’s time to start looking closer at water purification technologies. According to a new report, the global water treatment systems market size is projected to be valued at USD 44.01 billion by 2025. Rising water pollution, along with the growing awareness of a healthy lifestyle, is predicted to boost the market. A company, who is leading the industry in water purification solutions, has developed a water purification technology that they believe cost-effectively produces potable...

  • CLEARWATER, Fla. – Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“Perma-Liner”), the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials in North America, is introducing a new safety product for the market – the Manhole Edge Protector (“MEP”). This product was created, designed and manufactured in the U.S. and offers ultimate fiber optic protection. “We are excited to introduce this state-of-the-art product that will provide more safety when working with manholes,” said Rishi Vasudeva, business excellence manager at Perma-Liner. “Safety is our industry’s primary st

  • Since 2012, Jackson, Miss. has been watched closely by the EPA  Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) due to the horrific condition of the city’s aging infrastructure and sewage overflows. EPA records that are based on reports sent by the city show that Jackson’s main water treatment facility – Savanna Wastewater Treatment Plant – released almost 3 billion gallons of sewage into the Pearl River last year throughout a six-month period. To go along with those 3 billion gallons, another 4.5 million gallons of sewage flowed out of...

  • Ground water levels have been declining, much like the river’s surface flows that once flowed into the Gulf of California. Some of the declines may be due to drought, some to overpumping and some to the loss of agricultural runoff as farmers become more efficient. Researchers warn that a groundwater “depletion zone,” where levels have dropped too far to support riparian vegetation, is extending both upriver and downriver from an area near the border. Such zones are created when the groundwater pumped out exceeds what is...

  • Home improvement show features Perma-Liner segment on CIPP rehabilitation CLEARWATER, Fla. – Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“Perma-Liner”) recently appeared in Lifetime Networks’ Designing Spaces® program, which is the network’s award-winning home improvement show. The segment will air an encore presentation this Friday, February 1, 2019, at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime®. Designing Spaces travels the country to remodel, redecorate and redesign the spaces we call home, including rehabilitating aging sewer systems for homeowners. While their mission is to educate, empower and to entertain their

  • A Milestone anniversary for CIPP rehabilitation company CLEARWATER, Fla. – Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“Perma-Liner”) is celebrating 20 years of excellence in the trenchless pipeline rehabilitation industry. This year marks a milestone of innovation and perseverance in an ever-changing and growing industry. Founded in 1999 by Jerry D’Hulster, Perma-Liner is the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials in North America. Throughout the years, Perma-Liner customers have installed millions of feet of its trenchless lateral liner solutions a

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