PRc: A municipal perspective

Long, Wayne
March 1998
Underground Construction;Mar1998, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p80
Trade Publication
Reports on the available assistance from the Pipe Rehabilitation Council (PRc) in providing standardized testing to be approved by the American Society for Testing Materials for use when testing rehabilitation pipe liner systems. Problems encountered by municipal engineers in the United States in rehabilitating their sewer systems.


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