The first comprehensive environmental review of underground piping systems in North America based on a 100-year life cycle assessment methodology. The PVC pipe LCA was subject to critical review from an international panel of experts on life cycle assessment. Based on the results from the LCA on PVC pipe, PVC pipe provides both environmental and economic advantages to solving the water and sewer infrastructure needs for utilities and municipal projects.
There’s a lot of opportunity for supplying the infrastructure market in both Canada and the United States, and we’ve been doing so for 67 years. The challenge for IPEX is to ensure its success in an atmosphere of threats to tighten U.S. trade barriers.
(Globe and Mail - Report on Business)
The Bionax PVCO line, which IPEX launched in the North American market eight years ago, now includes 20, 24 and 30 inch diameter pipes – the world’s largest. IPEX has also introduced a new Pressure Class Rating of 305 psi for pipes from 14” to 30” which complement the 165 and 235 psi offering.
World Plumbing Day is an international event, initiated by the World Plumbing Council (WPC), held on March 11 each year to recognize the important role plumbing plays in societal health and amenity.
TerraBrute CR Installation Featured in Trenchless Technology Magazine
“Horizontal directional drilling was the only viable option for this installation where the existing 12-in. water main had to be replaced to facilitate the installation of a new and wider bridge. It was important that the drill be completed without affecting the Big Barnes Ditch, which fills the picturesque Lake Loveland, which is a gem to the community,” said Tanner Randall, senior engineer with Loveland WPD.
Project Profiles: System XFR® replaces cast iron at the Toronto Pearson Airport; IPEX Thermoplastic Systems chosen for new CFL Stadium; and Drain-Guard provides much needed protection at the Brookhaven, New York landfill site and the Remai Modern Art Gallery in Saskatoon.
IPEX USA LLC announced today the completion of the transaction to acquire the assets of NACO Industries, a division of Heritage Products Group Inc., a leader in municipal, irrigation and industrial fabricated fittings.