Minnesota’s Safety Guidelines for Recreation on Ice

Dec 21

Minnesota’s Safety Guidelines for Recreation on Ice

In Minnesota there are some guidelines and advisories that remain, year after year, as a rule of thumb for keeping safe when bodies of water are covered with ice.  Ice is seldom the same thickness over a single body of water; it can be two feet thick in one place and one inch thick a few yards away. Check the ice at least every 150 feet. Something you can do to...

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Wastewater Superintendent for the City of Estherville, IA

Mar 23

Wastewater Superintendent for the City of Estherville, IA

Wastewater Superintendent for the City of Estherville, IA.  We are a small community in Northern Iowa with a population of 6,300 people.  We have 65 miles of sanitary sewer mains that we are responsible for.  Some of the system is approaching 100 years old.  I found an ad for Perma-Liner in a magazine a couple years ago.   We already had the ability to clean...

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The # 1 selling small diameter pipes lining system.

Feb 11

The # 1 selling small diameter pipes lining system.

Minneapolis, only with the Perma-Lateral™ Lining System will you be lining with the # 1 selling small diameter pipes lining system. This system is performed using the # 1 selling liner; Perma-Lateral™ Scrim Liner. This stretch-resistant liner measures at 3MM and is PVC coated with patented polyester scrim reinforcement. This liner has a flat, flexible strength...

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Most of Minneapolis’ pipes are reaching a century old!

Jul 31

Most of Minneapolis’ pipes are reaching a century old!

Most of Minneapolis’ pipes are reaching a century old! The city’s first pipes were built between the years 1870 to 1920; including the water main built in 1889 that broke and sent 90,000 gallons of water cascading through the streets of downtown. This made city history for the second significant water main break from the last one 40 years ago.  Most of...

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