The Water Services Associated for Australia (WSAA) is hosting an industry update on the Smart Linings for Pipe and Infrastructure Project in five capital cities.
The series will take place throughout October and November in five capital cities around the country and is free to attend to those in the water industry such as utilities, consultants, contractors and manufacturers.
WSAA, with funding and support from the CRC Program and more than 30 other partners, including the ASTT, will provide the update including covering how to reduce impact on customers and the environment, reduce the cost of reinstatement and provide an alternative asbestos cement pipe rehabilitation program.
The Smart Linings for Pipe and Infrastructure Project consists of conducting research on linings for water pipes and sewer pipes, developing codes of practice and product standards and developing tools to assist utilities in selecting suitable pipes for lining.
The event will take place in Melbourne on the 15 October; Brisbane on the 16 October; Sydney on the 17 Oct; Adelaide on the 29 October and Perth on the 4 November.
While attendance is free, attendees must pre-register for catering purposes.
For more information visit the WSAA website.
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