Spending Smarter on Infrastructure

     October  2006

Tragedy in Laval:
Highway Overpass Collapse

At least six people are injured and two feared dead after an overpass collapsed in Laval, Que. (more)

The Case for Flexible Pipe
in Regina

When the soil is dry in Saskatchewan, the ground often isn't ... City crews are scrambling this month as expanding soils put pressure on watermains, breaking pipes that don't have enough flexibility (more)

Sink the Stink
A technology profiled in Environmental Science and Engineering Magazine uses no power, requires no maintenance, and virtually eliminates sewer odour at street level. (more)

Questions or concerns about municipal infrastructure?
Let's talk. I can be reached at:
Tel: (905) 670-7676
or:  (800) 268-4664 
Fax (905) 670-1512
6810 Invader Cres, Mississauga, On L5T 2B6
Veso Sobot, P.Eng.
Director, Corporate Affairs
Ipex Inc.
   

What's Unique About
This Picture?

Everything.

 New pipe technologies are helping cities improve their infrastructure, as displayed in this strikingly life-like image created by an international artist outside the San Antonio Convention Center for the American Water Works Conference.  The man is real - the fountain, sidewalk and pipe are art. 

 

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