#2050 - "Trenchless Water Main Rehabilitation - A Sustainable Alternative to Open Cut Replacement" IEPA#5409
Delivered on: 8/17/2011
RTC Hours: 1.25 Total Hours: 1.25
Presented by: Sean O’Dell, P.E., Baxter and Woodman
Broken, leaky, and undersized water mains are a common problem experienced in many Illinois communities. This problem is often compounded with decreasing water capital funds, placing an even greater burden on today’s public works directors and water operators. The typical solution has been water main replacement using open cut methods with the new main located in the pavement because of minimal space available outside of the pavement. These projects are very costly and a major disturbance to the public. This presentation will discuss the many reasons why trenchless water main rehabilitation should be seriously considered when assessing alternate construction methods. Several IEPA approved technologies will be presented along with a number of local example projects.
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