Registration Now Open for Municipal Grout School in May

Registration Now Open for Municipal Grout School in May

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Registration is now open for the Municipal Sewer Grout School taking place at Aries Industries in Waukesha, Wisconsin, May 10-11.

This course, brought to you by grout industry experts from Aries Industries, Logiball and Prime Resins teach attendees why and how injection grout is used to stop groundwater infiltration into sewer collection systems, stabilize pipe beddings, save taxpayers money and, ultimately, extend a system's useful life.

This two-day course provides classroom and demonstration sessions as well as technical information on lateral and mainline test and seal packer operation and maintenance; mixing and optimizing PR-10 acrylamide grout performance; review and demonstration of new NASSCO/ICGC grout specifications; hands-on sessions; and aboveground injection sealing demos for mainlines and laterals.

Each participating company is an active member of the Inflow Control Grouting Committee, which is affiliated with the National Association of Sewer Service Companies.

If you’re a public works official, collection system manager, city or consulting engineer, utility contractor, owner/estimator, or technician/laborer, this course is for you. Register here before April 21 to save.

Attendees will receive Safe Operating Practices Program certification; training documentation and product information; a personalized certificate of completion; breakfast and lunch both days; networking at the end of Day 1; and Continuing Education Units are available (10 hours). This course is accredited via the Trenchless Technology Center of Louisiana Tech University.


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