A Historic Journey to Secure Water in the Arkansas Valley Conduit

From vision to reality: ISCO's role in water security for the southeastern plains

Background

Follow along on our journey in ISCO's participation in the Arkansas Valley Conduit (AVC) project, an ambitious 61-year undertaking aimed at ensuring water security for the southeastern plains. Delve into the transformation of water conveyance technology, as standard HDPE pipes replace steel in the delivery of water through a 36-inch HDPE pipe. Uncover the historical context, beginning with President Kennedy's authorization in 1962, and witness how advanced HDPE technology and ISCO's efforts have shaped a century-long solution. Explore the fusion of history and innovation that defines this journey, echoing the words of German businessman Eckhard Pfeiffer: "Today is either the beginning of the end, or the end of the beginning. Today we are making history." Stay tuned for updates on ISCO's pivotal role in the AVC project at ISCO-pipe.com.

For a more in-depth overview, check out our blog post, "ISCO, Kennedy, HDPE, and the AVC." 

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