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14 May 2021
7 Lessons for Pipe Rehabilitation


A report from Bluefield Research indicates that U.S. utilities lose 15% of their water each year to leaks, but deteriorating pipes can also cause health concerns or issues with color, clarity and taste. The rehabilitation of pipelines is the fastest growing capital expenditure for water and wastewater utilities and is expected to more than double by 2028, according to Bluefield’s report. More at Water and Wastes Digest »
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