Lifting the Lid on Sneaky Sources of Infiltration

Rocky Mountain coatings specialist sees often overlooked sources of I&I.

Lifting the Lid on Sneaky Sources of Infiltration

Austin Huggins of Advanced Lining sprays OBIC polyurea lining inside a new manhole at a work site in the Rocky Mountain region of Park City, Utah, an area with high water tables.

With any collections system and municipal utility looking to reduce the burden on its wastewater treatment facility, pinpointing the source of inflow and infiltration is critical. As a trenchless technology rehabilitation contractor, Advanced Lining of Clearfield, Utah, sees some common and overlooked issues when it comes to addressing inflow and infiltration.

“Municipalities will address their collections system mainlines with either cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) or other...

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