Cured-In-Place-Pipelining Demonstration Days July 18 – 19

Perma-Liner Industries, LLC. to Hold Live Cured-In-Place-Pipelining Demonstration Days and Educational Sessions Open House will be held in Anaheim, Cali. on July 18 – 19 ANAHEIM, Cali. – With state-of-the-art technology options, it is not necessary to dig up aging or failing pipes to repair them. There is an efficient and cost-effective way to repair these pipes called the Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) method. Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“Perma-Liner”), the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials in North America, is holding an Open House from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on July 18 – 19 at its Anaheim,

Continue reading

America’s Failing Water Infrastructure: There are Ways We Can Begin to Fix It

There are many variables threatening America’s water from pollution issues and aging infrastructure to raising costs and droughts and rainfall patterns as the climate changes. The U.S. used to be a leader when it came to water infrastructure and management. Now, the U.S. is lagging behind receiving D ratings for dams, drinking water and wastewater. It’s time to start focuses on possible solutions to curb these issues – the U.S. can get A ratings and below are some of the solutions that may get the nation where it needs to be. It starts with creating a national-level governance. Water technically

Continue reading

The City of Keene’s Massive Cluster of Wipes Clogs Sewer System

The city of Keene, NY has experienced a sustained dilemma with the all-too-familiar wipe, causing blockages in the sewer system. In recent years, the city has seen an increase in the use of flushable wipes which has subsequently placed a hardship on the treatment facility. While this epidemic is not necessarily a new problem, the amount used has greatly increased within the past several years. While many brands are labeled as flushable, they do not dissolve as toilet paper does. The are labeled with this redeeming quality due to a passing score on a test that requires wipes to begin to

Continue reading
sewer

New York Devises Distress Signal for Sewer System

Various Cities throughout New York have recently implemented a cost-effective program to assist homeowners in the detection of a possible sewer problem, thwarting it before it begins. The Sewer Back-Up Alert System is a solar powered sensory and communications system designed to alert a homeowner of a sewer back up on their property. By providing a practical early warning system, it enables households to take appropriate actions to tend to an overflow problem quickly. Making “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” quite right, in this instance.  This sensory unit has all the makings of a high-tech

Continue reading
sewer

Saratoga Springs: Sewer Sustainability, Stakes, and Steed

Thoroughbred racing at Saratoga Race Course began in 1863 and attracts 900,000 to 1 million people each year. The comprehensive 337-acre grounds along Union Avenue is the oldest race track in the United States. It’s a luxury for some, a necessity for others with the Saratoga’s 40-day season beginning July 22 and ending Sept. 7.  It is quite an awe-inspiring experience see the impeccably prepared fillies and colts do what they do best- leave one in awe as they stride it out with all their heart. Whether well-behaved or precocious, the horses are there in all their glory. From the

Continue reading
sewer

New York City Designs Retention Tanks for Sewer Overflows

The City of New York is currently working on a design for two combined sewage and storm water overflow (CSO) retention tanks and securing functionality of locations for the tanks to be installed. One of the areas the city is evaluating for the eight million gallon retention tank is the New York City location, known as the “Head-of-Canal”. Locations for staging and other work related to the construction will be acquired by New York City as part of the ongoing design phase of the project. The location meets the dual goals of cleaning up the canal while also protecting urban

Continue reading
pipeline

Sewer Reconstruction Advisory for Batavia

The town of Batavia is beginning a sewer rehabilitation project at the beginning of the month. The Washington Avenue Sewer Project is expected to impact traffic once construction begins. Washington Avenue will be limited to local traffic only in the specific section that is being worked on. The first section to be closed off will be Bank Street to Summit Street, followed by Summit Street to Ross Street. During this time, thru traffic will not be allowed, only access for residents/deliveries/emergency services. It is expected that sidewalks will always be open and passable, but caution should be observed as it

Continue reading
wwett

Approved Funding for Water Infrastructure Improvements

Good news New York!!  Hot off the press- Governor Cuomo has authorized $26.3 million in interest free loans and grants to revitalize water infrastructure initiatives throughout the state. The funding will be dispersed to municipalities through 2017. The upcoming projects will include Dutchess and Warren County initiatives, along with several other counties. Poughkeepsie will receive $11,663,000, including a $2 million grant and a $9,663,000 interest-free loan to replace an aging 5 million gallon water storage reservoir that was constructed in the 1920s, as well as to replace aged, undersized water mains. $4,545,364, including a $1,058,438 grant and a $3,486,926 interest-free

Continue reading
perma-liner

SUNY’s Solar Safety and Scholarships

Many New York State University campuses are adding solar capacity to their energy portfolio. While this is clearly a positive step overall, it does present some potential problems for responding fire departments. Photovoltaic (PV) panels (which generate electricity directly from sunlight via an electronic process that occurs naturally in certain types of material) can present a potential hazard due to the sun’s energy turning into electrical energy. It is often difficult to power down the solar panels during an emergency. When there is sunlight or fire fighter lighting present, the panels will stir up electricity. Because the panels may not

Continue reading
harbor

New York Harbor and Jamaica Bay Protection Plan

New York Harbor is making a comeback and the signs are all around. According to the city’s most recent Harbor Survey Report, the Harbor is cleaner now than at any time in the last 100 years. Continued improvements to sewage handling and treatment are chiefly responsible for the better grade attributed to water quality, which have led to increased recreational opportunities such as swimming and fishing. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection conducts numerous programs designed to maintain this trend. DEP operates 14 sewage treatment plants that together treat approximately 1.3 billion gallons of sewage each day. The

Continue reading
sewer

Benefits of Renewable Energy for Ithaca

The Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility now generates nearly half its energy on site. The plant uses an upgraded biogas for energy and serves a population of 40,000 in Ithaca and two neighboring townships. Biogas is produced when bacteria decompose manure. This gas mixture can be used to generate heat, hot water or electricity. The leftover digested manure also has many uses such as: fertilizer, bedding, mulch and potting soil. New York has also been pivotal in establishing a Smart Growth Public Infrastructure Policy which takes many agencies into account. Unlike NYS infrastructure agencies and authorities, local governments are not directly

Continue reading
sewer

DEC’s Best Practices for Managing Combined Sewer Overflows

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) enforces the combined sewer overflow requirements under the Wet Weather Water Quality Act of 2000. The DEC has developed 15 Best Management Practices. The Best Management Practices are technology-based controls, designed to implement operation and maintenance procedures, utilize the existing treatment facility and collection system to the maximum extent practicable, and implement sewer design, replacement and drainage planning, to maximize pollutant capture and minimize water quality impacts from combined sewer overflows.  The general permit requirements for these practices include:  CSO Maintenance and inspection, maximum use of collection system for storage, a wet weather operating

Continue reading
sewer

Auburn’s Sewer Lateral Replacement Fund

Needing help with those sewer lateral repairs?? If so, the City of Auburn has a program for you.  The sewer and water line replacement program is being offered to residents of Auburn as a way of spreading out payments, easing the burden of paying all at once.  This is a revolving loan that will be placed on the homeowner’s tax bill and paid over a span of 5 years at a 6% interest rate.   A local resident is eligible for this program if all taxes are current, your property is no larger than a 4 unit residence and the

Continue reading
sewer

No Ordinance for Separate Sewer in Hudson

The town of Hudson has received a grant to complete renovation of sewer pipelines.  The EPA has raised has suggested that a review of environmental concerns needs to be extensive before this project commences.  The topic of storm water separation, and the necessity of it, has been met with conflicting opinions.  The Sewer Authority is well advised to consider a separate sewer system, according to experts.  It is thought to be the best course of action for the prevention of overflows, of a combined system, due to rainy weather.  In the state of New York, however, there is question as

Continue reading
drainage

Rainy Season and Sewer Drainage Systems

Many of us are experiencing a rainy season now that summer is in full swing.  Along with the sunny delights and fanfare this time of year brings, there is also a need to think about the proper functioning of our drainage systems where we live.  It is important to know to what extent a drainage issue is prevalent.  In order to do this, a qualified fully licensed professional is needed for drain pipe cleaning. This will also maximize your awareness of the health of the pipelines in your home.  Here are a few suggestions when seeking the help of an

Continue reading
sewer

Sewer and Water 101

Summer is indeed here in all its glory.  We know that means rainfall is here, too.  In fact, in many parts of the country we have had record setting storms.  Precipitation can heavily contribute to an overloaded sewer system.  As a nation, we have over 700 communities that utilize combined sewer systems.  There are some Cities that have separate sewer systems but this is no small financial investment.  Even so, municipalities have the burden of making sure these systems are functioning. It can pose a health risk and even more financial strain if they are not. There are small contributions

Continue reading
Illinois Grand Opening

Grand Opening Success!

Perma-Liner recently hosted a grand opening celebration at our new Illinois distribution facility. There were live demonstrations of our state-of-the-art processes, show specials and show day special financing. The event was a great success and we are very proud of our new facility! Check out some great photos from the day! Contact us today to find out more about our new Illinois facility and our upcoming events! 1-866-336-2568

Continue reading
Perma Lateral

Join us on May 20th! Grand Opening!

ILLINOIS GRAND OPENING! MAY 20, 2015 This ONE-day event is jam-packed with live demonstrations and the latest CIPP technology! Register: info@perma-liner.com or 1-866-336-2568 DEMONSTRATIONS: Continuous Lining Top Gun F-6 & Top Gun F-10, Perma-LateralTM Lining with Steam and Hot Water Cure, Sectional Point Repair, Pull In Place, Reinstatement Cutters… and more! SHOW SPECIALS: Specials will be announced during the event and available only to attendees on 5/20/15. FINANCING: Zero Down, No Payments for 90-days! Get pre-approved before the show. SPECIAL FEATURE: New Technology to be demonstrated exclusively for Grand Opening attendees! REGISTERED? Call 1-866-336-2568 to confirm your reservation. [button link=”http://www.perma-liner.com/events/illinois.html”

Continue reading
events

GOT PROFIT??

Got Profit? Zero Down. No Payments for 90-Days. Package Includes 600 FT of Liner Materials (Liner, Calibration Tube, Pull Tape and Epoxy Resins) VISIT OUR WEBSITE BREAKDOWN TO PROFIT: – 600 feet minus 50 feet in waste = 550 FT – Average Perma-Lateral™ liner installed pricing $75.00 – $100.00 a foot. – 550 FT x $75.00 = $41,250.00 – Average install = 75 FT – 550 divided by 75 = 7.33 installs Average Retail Install Price Per Install: $5,625.00 (Based on 75 FT.) – Labor per install – 4 techs @ $100.00 each ($400.00 per install) – Equipment – cleaning,

Continue reading

TRENCHLESS EVENT OF THE SPRING

Check out the schedule below and call 1-866-336-2568 to reserve your spot! ONE-ON-ONE TIME WITH FIELD TECHNICIANS, DEMONSTRATIONS: Perma-LateralTM Lining with Steam Cure, Sectional Point Repair, Manhole Rehabilitation, Perma-MainTM Continuous Lining Top Gun F-10, Reinstatement Cutters… and more! SHOW DISCOUNTS: Discounts will be announced during the event and available only to attendees during the 3 day event. FINANCING: Financing available on all products. Get pre-approved before the show. SPECIAL FEATURE: New Technology to be demonstrated exclusively for attendees! TUESDAY, MARCH 31ST 9:00am: Perma-Lateral™ Tear-Away with Steam Cure 11:00am: Lunch 12:00pm: Perma-Lateral™ Tear-Away with Steam Cure 1:00pm: Perma-Liner™ Sectional Point Repair

Continue reading