Municipalities must work to apply only the most cost-effective methods...
Randolph, NJ (PRWEB) October 10, 2017
Pipeline Renewal Technologies has released a new, free white paper discussing factors to consider when choosing between spot (point) and end-to-end (manhole-to-manhole) repair techniques, including the type and extent of damage, access constraints, adjacent environmental features, line criticality and more. This paper also explores the benefits spot repair can provide to municipalities and utilities in certain situations, as well as common misconceptions that ultimately cost cities money and time.
“Municipalities must work to apply only the most targeted and cost-effective methods of repair and rehabilitation,” says Jordan Eickelberger, Partner Manager for Pipeline Renewal Technologies. “Not understanding the full range of options can limit their effectiveness.”
“We wanted to provide municipalities with a resource for identifying the areas where spot repair can be utilized for greater advantage,” says Envirosight Marketing Coordinator Nicole Lygo. “This paper walks readers through the factors to consider when deciding between end-to-end and spot repair, giving them a framework for making the best choice for their budget and their collection system.”
This free white paper can be downloaded at http://inbound.envirosight.com/spot-repair-vs-end-to-end. It is published as part of Pipeline Renewal Technologies’ commitment to create and share resources that benefit the pipeline rehabilitation industry.
About Pipeline Renewal Technologies.
Pipeline Renewal Technologies is an Envirosight company focused exclusively on the pipeline rehabilitation market. The company offers technologies for no-dig structural lateral connection; drain and mainline cutting; durable point repair; video drain flushing; and process measurement. A strong emphasis on support makes Pipeline Renewal Technologies the partner of choice for municipal contractors looking to gain a competitive edge with innovative technologies. Pipeline Renewal Technologies is a member of NASTT and NASSCO.