Webinars / Videos
Featured Webinars / Videos
NASSCO, Inc. wants to help you effectively communicate with your Members of Congress the need to fund our failing underground infrastructure. Watch this informative webinar and then join us for our first-ever Virtual Congressional Fly-In the week of December 7-11, 2020.
- Mark K. Papke, P.E., C.P.E.S.C., City of Lakewood
- Tom Carlisle, Underground Connections
- Jonathan Kunay, P.E., LEED AP, CDM Smith
- Lynn Osborn (moderator), NASSCO
Members may contact Dawn Garner to gain access to the webinar presentation.
Lateral Rehab Webinar Q&A.pdf
This webcast discusses the tools you need to perform successful manhole rehabilitation projects.
The first portion of the webcast provides a background in manhole assessment and selection of appropriate rehabilitation technologies. The second portion focuses on design, specifications, and quality. Finally, an overview covers the post-rehabilitation inspection and testing that should be required for various technologies.
This webcast provides information on using chemical grouts and grouting technologies & techniques to stop infiltration in collection systems and sustain existing sewer collection system assets. Topics include:
• I've got a leak! What do I do?
• Fundamentals of inflow/infiltration and the pipe trench system
• How to stop leaks through infiltration repair technologies and techniques
• Specifications and equipment
• How to write an infiltration control specification
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This webcast provides an owner’s and a manufacturer’s perspective explaining why construction inspection is such an important part of the success of any project. It also discuss the inspector’s skill-sets required for a successful trenchless rehabilitation project, and how inspectors can acquire these skill-sets.
CIPP Can Be Ugly! Take NASSCO's Inspector Training & Certification Program for CIPP to understand what is acceptable and what is not. View this 5 part webinar!
An educational video, to accompany the "Jetter Code of Practice", provides fundamental information about the safe and efficient use of sewer cleaning equipment. It also provides a basic overview of sewer jetting for beginners, and can serve as a reminder of proper and effective practices for the more experienced workers. Operators can choose to view the video in one sitting, or review each section individually.
Watch this 3 part webinar to get an overview of the Pipeline Assessment & Certification Program.
The RehabZone is an exciting live exhibition taking place at the annual Underground Construction Technology (UCT) conference. Complete with a museum-quality, historical display of infrastructure from yesteryear, this dedicated interactive display enables attendees to compare and contrast with current technologies. We’ve come a long way in the past 140 years. This walk-through exhibit focuses on trenchless rehabilitation including innovative technologies, installation techniques, live demonstrations, and opportunities for hands-on technology test-drives. Upon entering, every visitor receives a valuable and complimentary Technology Guide. This experience is not one to be missed!
Click here to take a tour!
Visit rehabzone.org to learn more.
The Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP ®) is an international standard that has been used for many years for assessment of pipelines, manholes, and laterals. Since 2002, thousands of people have been PACP certified.
This webcast highlights the significant changes being made to PACP 6.0.1. As a result of an unprecedented review by over 65 collections professionals, an improved version of PACP ® is underway. PACP ® Version 7.0 (release in May 2015) includes technical updates, educational benefits, and a more user friendly format.
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Liquid Assets tells the story of essential infrastructure systems: water, wastewater, and stormwater. Out of sight, beneath our feet, these systems are in disrepair across the country. Fixing them may be the largest public works project in our history.
Go here for the DVD: http://mediasales.psu.edu