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December 2010
Underground Construction;Dec2010, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p54
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The article offers information on the programs in the rehabilitation technology. The sewer construction, rehabilitation and new technology will discuss the new methodologies and technologies included in coping with the growing demands on sewer systems. Speaker Grant Whittle from Ultraliner, will offer an overview on all folded pipe technologies used for the underground water and water infrastructure rehabilitation.


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