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Trenchless Technologies in Kentucky

A week ago as I was headed to work, I saw a crew doing sewer repair. As usual, I looked to see if I knew any of the operators or personnel at the site. As I glared over at the … Continue reading

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“Collecting” a Return on Investment

I frequently participate in webinars to enhance my trainings and stay in the loop of new developments in business, as well as career development. Often, a big topic when talking about infrastructure, a key component or focus is always put … Continue reading

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Treatment Techniques

The Division of Compliance Assistance, Certification and Licensing Branch has partnered with several industry leaders to bring a fuller spectrum of training to the continuing education classes. Not only do you get the classroom style instruction the DCA typically offers, … Continue reading

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Continuing Education Opportunity – GIS & Trenchless Technologies

On Jan. 29-30, 2013, the Division of Compliance Assistance’s Operator Certification Program will be offering a continuing education opportunity on GIS & Trenchless Technologies. This class is offered to both drinking water and wastewater operators and will be held at … Continue reading

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New Train of Thought in Pipe Rehabilitation

Out with the old and in with the new can be a different experience depending on how you feel about the old. There are many who look forward to new things and there are some who just can’t get past … Continue reading

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Trenchless Technologies- Pipe Bursting and Sliplining

Although a lot of companies in Kentucky do not offer Trenchless Technology, it has a lot of benefits that municipalities can take advantage of. Not having to tear up and replace infrastructure, disrupting traffic, creating eyesores for residents, as well … Continue reading

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