Title:Webcast: Environmental Impact of Asbestos Cement Pipe Renewal Technologies
This Webcast is based on project #4465, Environmental Impact of Asbestos Cement Pipe Renewal Technologies. This research investigated renewal practices and regulations, demonstrated renewal technologies, and evaluated their environmental impact. The first part of this Webcast documented the applicable regulations and discuss data needs. The second part of the webcast detailed the demonstrations and environmental impact evaluations of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) and pipe bursting. The environmental impact of both technologies was evaluated through the collection of air, soil, and water samples that were analyzed for asbestos. Neither technology was found to have an adverse impact on the environment.‚Äč
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John Matthews, PhD
Pure Technologies

Jian Zhang, PhD
Research Manager
Water Research Foundation
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