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  • Yarra Valley Water improves its sewer network

    In a commitment to improve its underground sewer network and prevent sewage spills during heavy storms, Yarra Valley Water recently completed a program to rehabilitate more than 50 km of its infrastructure using trenchless relining technologies.

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  • HDD in the spotlight

    Maxibor’s participation in projects in New South Wales and Queensland have gained attention, in particular for its collaborative approach, expertise and results.

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  • McRobert introduces 3D sewer asset scanning

    McRobert Contracting Services has modified standard surveying technology to develop a specialised 3D laser scanning service that provides a comprehensive and detailed view of an asset’s condition.

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  • Trenchless Australasia introduces new Editorial Board

    Trenchless Australasia is proud to introduce the magazine’s new Editorial Board for the 2019 Financial Year (FY).

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  • Trace-Safe withstands solid rock

    In a challenging HDD project in the Darling Ranges, WA, operators installed HDPE pipe using Chase Corporation’s Trace-Safe® tracer wire through a tight bore hole in solid granite to resist breakage.

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  • Challenging conditions no match for PE100 HSCR on debut

    Australia’s first Iplex Millennium® PE100 HSCR pipe, manufactured using Qenos’ HCR193B® resin, has been installed by Maxibor using HDD in Yeppoon, QLD.

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  • New Zealand’s ambitious tunnelling project

    Auckland Council’s Watercare is undertaking one of New Zealand’s most ambitious tunnelling projects by constructing a 13 km wastewater tunnel at depths of up to 100 m underneath the city.

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  • Talking Trenchless with Andrew Mollison

    Trenchless Australasia speaks to Spoutvac Australia General Manager Andrew Mollison about his time in the trenchless industry and the technology that Spoutvac brings to the Australian market.

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  • ITS PipeTech completes Australia’s largest point liner installation

    ITS PipeTech has completed what it says is the largest installation of a point-liner in Australia.

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  • March edition of Trenchless Australasia now online

    The latest edition of Trenchless Australasia magazine is now available to be read online as a digital magazine.

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  • Edwards enjoys retirement with Trenchless Australasia

    Sonia Edwards, the sister of former long-time Interflow New Zealand employee Glenn Edwards, has sent Trenchless Australasia a picture of her brother with his profile from the September 2017 edition of the magazine.

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  • ASTT 2017 Person of the Year: Jim Shooter

    Pezzimenti Tunnelbore’s Jim Shooter has been awarded the ASTT Person of the Year for 2017, recognising his ongoing contributions to the Trenchless Technology industry.

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  • In case of emergency

    In 2015, Unitywater came to the rescue, using HDD for the urgent pipeline installation when a failed sewage main beneath a creek at the mouth of the Noosa River in Queensland, earning it the award for ASTT Project of the Year – New Installation.

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  • Bricks of potential

    Abergeldie Watertech provided a CIPP lining solution for Sydney Water’s Balmain South Eastern Slopes Submain Rehabilitation, winning the award for ASTT Project of the Year – Rehabilitation.

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  • IBAK sets another benchmark

    The new Australian-designed IBAK CCTV van includes a range of technology and functionality that IBAK says will establish it as the new benchmark for CCTV vehicles Down Under.

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  • Locating the hazard

    Tapex’s Ed George has co-authored a paper with Infrastructure Resources’ Scott Landes, to be presented during No-Dig Down Under, on the rising incidences of ‘cross bores’. The paper says the issue, which has become a focus in North America, should be paid more attention by Australasia’s no-dig community.

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  • ITS PipeTech: pipe bursting in Perth

    ITS PipeTech recently completed a pipe bursting project for Water Corporation on the outskirts of Perth’s CBD. The project is part of the utility’s three-year program to revitalise sections of its ageing pipeline infrastructure, some of which is more than 100 years old.

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  • Crossing the Hunter River

    A critical section of the 80 km Chichester Trunk Gravity Main has been rehabilitated by the trenchless installation of dual PE100 1,200 mm pipelines under the Hunter River in NSW. The project featured the installation of one of Australia’s largest diameter HDPE pipes by HDD.

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  • Glenn Edwards’ lifetime of trenchless adventures

    Glenn Edwards, one of Interflow New Zealand’s longest serving employees and an icon of the Australasian Trenchless Technology industry, retired from his role in July 2017. Trenchless Australasia speaks to Mr Edwards about some of the milestones and memories from his 50-years in the no-dig sector.

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  • Aussie Trenchless Supplies launches the HYDRAPULSE

    Aussie Trenchless Supplies earlier this year launched the HYDRAPULSE, a gate device that controls the flow of effluent to minimise the impact of silt and debris deposits in sewers.

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  • Aussie Trenchless Supplies appoints new Australian HOT SLEEVE distributor

    Aussie Trenchless Supplies has appointed a new Australian distributor for HOT SLEEVE – the electric blanket for the trenchless patch lining and T-seal repair industry.

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  • Driving Ditch Witch forward

    Trenchless Australasia speaks with Christopher Malan about the history of the Ditch Witch brand in Australasia, his personal association with the company, and the rapid uptake of no-dig methods around the world.

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  • Vermeer’s new directional drills: speed, simplicity and sound

    Operators have a lot to consider when conducting HDD work to make sure that a job progresses smoothly and with little disruption. Vermeer has been listening to its users and taken these concerns into account during the design and production of its new S3 series of HDD machines.

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  • September edition of Trenchless Australasia now online

    The latest edition of Trenchless Australasia magazine is now available to be read online as a digital magazine.

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  • Queensland’s record-breaking GRP installation

    Queensland Urban Utilities is constructing a new AU$55 million sewer on the outskirts of Brisbane’s CBD. Once the project has been completed, the utility has said that the sewer will be the longest pipe jack using glass reinforced pipe (GRP) in Australia.

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  • Primus Line rehabilitates two complex mains in NSW

    Primus Line has provided a trenchless sewer rehabilitation solution for two troublesome water mains in New South Wales.

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