Tag: AMERICAN Ductile Iron Pipe

Parallel Pipelines Offer Oconee County Flexibility for Future Demand

A growing trend among U.S. cities and counties is installing parallel water and wastewater pipelines to address future needs. With this type of forward thinking, utilities are able to reduce maintenance issues and expenses. So, when Oconee County, South Carolina, was looking to provide sewer services for its Golden Corner Commerce Park to bring new industry to the area, the decision was clear: Two wastewater pipelines would be installed side by side in the same trench.

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HDD: The Right Choice for Pasco County’s Pipe Installation

Pasco County Utilities has made headlines in the waterworks industry as a pioneer in the application of horizontal directional drilling (HDD). HDD is a technique in which pipe joints are assembled above ground and then pulled through a hole drilled under natural and manmade obstacles. HDD allows for environmentally friendly pipe installations under wetlands, rivers, creeks, highways, railroad tracks, buildings and other obstacles.

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AMERICAN Valve and Pipe Groups Join Forces to Serve the Citizens of Eastern Pennsylvania

Together, AMERICAN Flow Control and AMERICAN Ductile Iron Pipe are providing a complete package of valves, hydrants and pipe for a new waterline to serve the eastern Pennsylvania communities of North Wales and Chalfont Borough. The new waterline will provide a secondary water supply for both the North Wales Water Authority (NWWA) and neighboring North Penn Water Authority from the NWWA’s Forest Park Treatment Plant located in Chalfont Borough, Bucks County.

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