The mission of the National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) is to set standards for the assessment, maintenance and rehabilitation of underground infrastructure.
For more than 35 years NASSCO has been proactive in the ongoing development and promotion of health and safety requirements for proper handling of the Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) process. For the past decade NASSCO has been training inspectors on the proper health and safety measures for CIPP projects via the Inspector Training and Certification Program (ITCP).
NASSCO’s “Guideline for the Use and Handling of Styrenated Resins in Cured-in-Place-Pipe”, first published in 2008, contains detailed information and has been in the process of update for the past several months. The release of the next edition will contain even more specifics regarding the proper handling of resins.