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26 June 2017
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No-Dig Down Under 2017 releases conference program

The conference program has been released for the ASTT’s conference and exhibition No-Dig Down Under 2017 (NDDU).

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20 June 2017
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Spiral wound

Rotaloc spiral wound liner gets stronger

The successful installation of an enhanced spiral wound liner is the result of Interflow and Sekisui Rib Loc Australia (SRLA) working closely together to provide the innovative Trenchless Technology solutions.

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28 April 2017
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Final chance to advertise in Australasian Trenchless Directory 2017

Advertising opportunities are available for the 2017 edition of the Australasian Trenchless Directory.

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28 April 2017
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Qenos launches direct channel for polymers market

Qenos has launched a specialty polymer distribution group, eXsource, opening a direct channel offering a new and expanded product range of local and international specialty polymers.

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8 April 2016
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ASTT Technical Forum held in Melbourne

The Victorian Chapter of the ASTT held its first Technical Forum of 2016 at the Watermark in Dockland on 7 April with a successful turnout of around 60 attendees.

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20 March 2016
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Interflow signs 20-year agreement with SRLA

Leading pipe repair specialist Interflow has signed a new 20-year alliance with Sekisui Rib Loc Australia, which will ensure ongoing technological collaboration between the two parties.

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30 October 2015
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Next phase of S1 Main Sewer works begin

Queensland Urban Utilities has begun the next stage of its S1 Main Sewer upgrade on Kingsford Smith Drive between Amy Street and Cooksley Street at Hamilton.

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10 September 2015
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ASTT Award Winners Announced

The winners of ASTT’s 2015 Awards were announced 10 September at the No-Dig Down Under Gala and Awards Evening.

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14 May 2015
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Advertising online is a great way to cost-effectively test if a particular market is a good fit for your product or service.

Business marketing: the value of advertising online

Does your marketing plan include a budget for online ads? Find out why placing advertisements online is no longer an optional extra.

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4 May 2015
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Interflow commences lining century-old Brisbane sewer

Interflow has begun relining Brisbane’s century-old S1 sewer main, which carries more than half of the city’s sewage.

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8 April 2015
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Last chance to be a part of the 2015 trenchless directory

Book your space now to be a part of the 2015 Australasian Trenchless Directory.

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8 April 2015
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New look Trenchless Australasia site now live!

In response to increased online engagement from readers in the trenchless industry, Trenchless Australasia has launched a newly redesigned website.

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9 February 2015
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Construction of Brisbane's S1 main sewer

Piping up: $A136 million of upgrades underway in Queensland

More than $A136 million worth of investments have been announced for Queensland’s sewer and water infrastructure, including a huge trenchless project for a Brisbane sewer and new water pipes for Springfield.

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22 April 2014
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Sewer lining project wins innovation award

Interflow’s LAG Sewer Rehabilitation Project for Sydney Water, winner of the ISTT 2013 Project of the Year Award, has now received another award, this time from the Australian Water Association.

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12 July 2013
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Applying spiral wound techniques in Moscow

Attendees at No-Dig Down Under 2013 will hear from Moscow State University Department of Water Supply Associate Professor Andrianov Alexey Petrovich about the application of the spiral wound pipeline rehabilitation technique in Moscow urban environments.

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14 September 2012
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Spiral wound success in Albury

Kembla Watertech’s DiaFit pipelining team recently completed Albury’s most complex sewer rehabilitation project, valued at nearly $A2 million, for Albury City Council.

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