NASTT’s Laterals Good Practices Course (Edmonton, Canada)

Millions of sewer laterals – the portion of sewer networks that connect individual properties to the public sewer network – exist throughout the United States and elsewhere. Many laterals have not been maintained and as a result, allow a significant amount of inflow and infiltration (I/I) into sewer systems, which can lead to sanitary sewer overflows, increased costs and damage. Consequently, there is a compelling need to solve I/I problems of sewer laterals.

Nov 14, 2012
Target groups: engineers, technical personel
Category: Seminar
This course offers a clear understanding of the problems and relevant issues unique to the private lateral portion of the collection system network, explains available options for inspection, evaluation and repair of sewer laterals and address the financial and legal issues that affect the means by which necessary work can be accomplished.
The course material has been recently updated to include new technology developments and utility experience in terms of managing the legal and financial issues associated with private lateral sewer programs. Information on the actual savings in I/I reduction being realized through lateral rehabilitation programs will also be presented.
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Fantasyland Hotel
17700 87 Ave
T5T4V4 Edmonton
Target language English



Duane Strayer




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