HDPE vents boost renewable energy capture in Ohio landfill

In November 2022, fusion technicians were working to complete the latest vent release pipes at a landfill near Lowellville, Ohio, about 80 miles (130 km) from Cleveland. Using a DynaMc® 28 Hand Pump, a Pit Bull® 14, Pit Bull 26, and Rolling 28, along with a TracStar® 618, crews fused HDPE pipe vents that will join hundreds of others dotting the landscape of the landfill. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), methane makes …

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A modern homage

You don’t have to wipe the slate clean to be innovative. New trails can be blazed by complementing, building on and coexisting with the best parts of an original invention. Southern Hills Country Club is committed to bringing both its historic traditions and modernizations into the future. That’s why they were so excited about architect Gil Hanse’s master plan.

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Pre-Chlorinated Pipe Bursting Key to Arlington National Cemetery Water Main Replacement Program

At the beginning of the Civil War, Union soldiers occupied Arlington, Virginia, realizing that the location offered a great strategic location, just across the Potomac River from Washington D.C. When the Union started taking large amounts of casualties during the war, the Army Quartermaster General ordered an examination of possible sites for military cemeteries. Personnel soon came back with a viable option in Arlington, at the former home of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The …

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HDPE Plays Key Role in Reflecting Pool Renovation

Washington D.C. is home to some of the United States’ most prized and revered memorials. To the nearly 24 million people who visited the mall in 2011, the Reflecting Pool was more science project than a scenic and iconic tourist stop. Several key improvements were needed to keep the largest and most famous reflecting pool in the capital sustainable for years to come. The pool, originally constructed in the early 1920s, has been relatively untouched …

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