This committee works in coordination with the Infrastructure Condition Assessment Committee, WERF, and other organizations to facilitate the use of PACP, MACP and LACP into an asset management program for sewer and stormwater providers.
Asset Management Committee
Government/Industry Relations Committee
This group monitors local, state and federal legislation, grant programs and requirements that affect the business opportunities of NASSCO members. It also identifies ways in which NASSCO can collaborate with other organizations.
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Health & Safety Committee
The purpose of this committee is to develop and or update safety manuals and other NASSCO documents provide NASSCO members with the latest in health and safety requirements as required by local state and federal regulatory agencies.
Infrastructure Condition Assessment Committee
Members of this committee aid NASSCO in the evolution of the condition assessment of sewer infrastructure. They also recommend technical programs that educate and encourage participation by owners, engineers and operators resulting in nationally endorsed standards.
International Relations Committee
The International Relations Committee promotes education and professionalism in underground infrastructure assessment and rehabilitation by becoming aware of Latin American (and other international) market demands while expanding NASSCO membership benefits and training to other countries.
Lateral Rehabilitation Committee
This group develops industry standards and specifications along with the overview of all rehabilitation processes that promote the use of technologies for lateral rehabilitation with high levels of quality assurance/quality control.
Manhole Rehabilitation Committee
The significant amount of manhole rehabilitation in the industry has necessitated the establishment of this committee, Manhole Rehabilitation, which is responsible for developing standards for manhole assessment and rehabilitation.
Operations and Maintenance Committee
This committee's purpose is to promote safety and knowledge by education of processes, equipment and tools for industry specific tasks.
Pipe Rehab Committee
To promote the use of all Pipe Rehab technologies for industry applications. Review general matters concerning the industry including legislative, technical and quality issues. Provide support for and work with the NASSCO staff and Board to promote programs that educate the public on pipe rehab issues and benefits. Develop and support programs.
Pressure Pipe Committee
This committee is responsible for researching current tools and techniques of pressure pipe assessment and rehabilitation, with a goal to establish standards to assess and rehabilitate force mains and water lines.