Below specification PCCP installed across the US in the 1970s has left Amercian water companies facing massive repair and reinforcement projects
Libya has its first unity government for seven years – which is good news for the oil industry after production ground to a halt during years of civil war
It takes years to find out that a pipe material is not suitable – with three very obvious contenders for being the worst pipe types on the planet
Collaboration between Portsmouth Water and Southern Water on the Havant Thicket Reservoir provides a blueprint for the future of water management in the UK
Seawater cooling systems are popular in drier climates as a means of using water from the ocean for industrial processes rather than precious freshwater
District heating is a system whereby heat is supplied to multiple homes from a central source through a seres of pipes, reducing energy bills and emissions
Ductile iron has long been used in sulphuric acid pipeline construction but the industry is now turning to alloys for a range of different reasons
One fifth of the UK’s population consumes water which has passed through asbestos cement pipe – but what impact does it have on water quality?
The wonderful world of the pipe bridge – what they do, how they work and what happens when these vast and important structures require repair?
UV light offers a cost-effective, environmentally friendly and non-toxic alternative to chemicals such as chlorine in the water filter and treatment process