On 2-22-22 at 2:22.22 p.m., the NASSCO Infiltration Control Grouting Committee (ICGC) announced the inception of the Harold Kosova Lifetime Achievement Award at the ICGC meeting held in Indianapolis, during the WWETT Show. “Known as the ‘original trenchless technology’, the process of sealing a sewer system using a chemical grout has been developed and advanced […]
Come see us at WEFTEC 2019!
WEFTEC®, the largest event of its kind in North America, offers water quality professionals the best in water quality education and training. This multi-day conference is a great opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in water and wastewater solutions, experience new cutting-edge technology, and network with industry professionals. Here are the details: 92nd Annual […]
Come see us at the No-Dig Show!
We are exhibiting at the No-Dig Show in Chicago, from March 17 to 21. If you are searching for non-evasive infrastructure solutions, stop by booth 342. […]
Featured Article: “Complete Manhole Rehabilitation Using Cladliner & CladSeal”
Located in California, this manhole was in need of rehabilitation and protection. The concrete and steel substrate had deteriorated and the channel was eroded. See how Bio-Nomic used CladLiner’s hybrid-epoxy system to bring life back to the manhole. […]
Featured Article: “Stemming the Tide of I&I”
In a perfect world, average daily flow to the wastewater treatment plant on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, would be 182,000 gpd. That’s what the utility distributes daily in potable water and, theoretically, should receive back through its closed collections system. However, the actual flow to the plant averages 552,000 gpd, according to Greg Gress, who […]
Featured Article: “‘Grout First,’ Right Answer to Solve Sullivan’s Island, S.C., I/I Issues”
The following article about Bio-Nomic’s involvement in an infiltration & inflow projects was initially posted at TrenchlessTechnology.com. The year was 2004 and Greg Gress, manager of sewer and water for Sullivan’s Island, S.C., just completed the community’s CMOM self-assessment of its collection system. The 6-sq mile island located just north of Charleston hosts 80,000 ft of […]