Exploring the advantages, applications, and sustainability of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) piping

Municipal Water
Learn why municipal water systems are turning to HDPE piping systems as the cure for failing ductile iron piping (DIP) systems. HDPE pipes have a failure rating of one in ten million, require little or no maintenance, and are resistant to corrosion and tuberculation. With reduced time and cost of installation, increased worker safety, and minimal environmental disruption, it's no wonder HDPE is the better choice. Read on to see why ISCO is the prescription for your outdated municipal water system.
Discover the pros and cons of three of the most common piping materials used by municipalities. Ductile iron, PVC, and HDPE each have unique characteristics that make them suitable for different applications. While ductile iron was once the go-to for water and sewage, many utilities are now opting for more durable and noncorrosive materials like high-density polyethylene. Explore the differences between these materials, including service life, maintenance requirements, and cost. Plus, learn why HDPE is gaining popularity for its leak-free, corrosion-resistant, and flexible benefits.
Duluth Minnesota
Learn how Duluth, Minnesota transitioned to a 100% high-density polyethylene (HDPE) conveyance system to address the problem of failing ductile iron pipe water mains, resulting in significant cost savings and fewer disruptions for taxpayers.
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