Spending Smarter on Infrastructure

     July 2007

Water Hogs?  Or Falling Apart?
The City of Hamilton, Ontario is disputing a recent report that it's citizens are amongst the worst in the country when it comes to water usage.  They say the culprit is the fact they lose so much treated water from broken watermains.  More.

Up to People to Conserve Water: Trudeau
"People aren't really thinking about water, where it comes from, how we're using it, and what we need to look for in the future," said the Liberal candidate and son of the former Prime Minister.  "There needs to be a shift in mindset."  More.

Private Sector bulks up for Infrastructure boon
The Royal Bank of Canada is pouring resources into bulking up its global infrastructure business in the belief that the private sector is embarking on a buying binge of assets such as roads and prisons, especially in the United States. More.

Questions or concerns about municipal infrastructure?
Let's talk. I can be reached at:
Tel: (905) 670-7676
or:  (800) 268-4664 
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6810 Invader Cres, Mississauga, On
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Veso Sobot, P.Eng.
Director, Corporate Affairs
Ipex Inc.

National Research Council helps Municipalities determine Watermain Needs

The NRC has unveiled a new software program (called D-WARP - Distribution Water mAins Renewal Planner) to help municipalities determine what watermains need to be replaced, and when.  More.

Newer Technologies Provide Answers to Infrastructure Issues
Broken, unsafe, or filled with lead ... you wouldn't want to drink from those pipes, why should your residents? Click here to discover the solution.
IPEX wins Environmental Award
Ipex is pleased and thrilled to announce we recently added another award to our growing list, after being recognzied by the Canadian Society for Bioengineering for the work we've been able to do with large diameter watermains and irrigation systems! 

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