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December 12, 2017

Recent reports have questioned the safety of the CIPP process, specifically the use of styrenated resins with steam curing of the product. Please take the time to read this short synopsis of the situation, and make sure you know the facts.

 

Source: Press Releases and Articles
December 12, 2017

Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) was introduced in 1971 as an alternative to digging up and replacing sewers, and it was introduced to North America in 1976.

Source: Press Releases and Articles
November 22, 2017

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Source: Member News
November 22, 2017

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Source: Member News
November 20, 2017
Source: NASSCO Times
November 7, 2017

Choosing a set of sewer nozzles for a jetting/vacuuming crew or truck, or selecting the right sewer nozzle for a particular sewer cleaning task, can seem like an afterthought—after all, the real power in sewer cleaning lies in the expensive trucks, right? Wrong!

Source: Press Releases and Articles
October 31, 2017

The National Association of Sewer Service Companies prepares to bring in third party to do further research, cites concerns about ‘inconsistencies’ in Purdue University study

Source: Press Releases and Articles
October 31, 2017

The National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) has responded to Purdue University’s findings on cured-in-place pipe (CIPP), refuting the report’s link between exposure to styrene and cancer in humans.

Source: Press Releases and Articles
October 31, 2017

The mission of the National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) is to set standards for the assessment, maintenance and rehabilitation of underground infrastructure.

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