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Repairing or replacing aging underground water infrastructure requires significant investment, and can especially be a daunting task for smaller systems. A lack of resources and personnel can limit the frequency of water system testing, monitoring, and maintenance. SUEZ provides multiple services that help optimize budgets while improving the sustainability of buried infrastructure.
Your Challenges: Pipe Network Problems

Extend the life of your water system, even on a budget


Deteriorating pipe assets are a growing issue. Pipe network failures impact service, while potentially causing damage, affecting traffic, and contaminating water. SUEZ technologies and services allow utilities to implement a proactive pipe network asset management approach. An approach based on active pipe condition assessments and corrective actions tailored to the known condition of each pipe. This allows you to use your resources wisely to improve the sustainability of your water distribution system.
Our Solutions for Water System Asset Management Planning

Pipe Condition Assessment

Implementing a pipe repair and replacement program based solely on assumptions or desktop studies can result in costly errors like replacing pipes that still have years of service life remaining. The SUEZ pipe condition assessment, an element of our water system asset management program, is a process that helps utilities target the most critical pipes in their system and allocate budgets to the appropriate corrective action – replace, rehab, repair or defer – to reduce capital spending.

Spray-in-Place Pipe Rehabilitation

Water main replacement often means system downtime, costly road/sidewalk tear-ups, and traffic disruption. The spray-in-place rehabilitation process provided by SUEZ as a part of our water network asset management program allows you to clean and restore deteriorating pipes before they reach the tipping point. This innovative process uses a computer-controlled robot to apply a pipe lining in-situ, increasing flow capacity and system efficiency and providing long-lasting protection.

Pipe Asset Management Program

A variety of factors - from material, pressure and size to soil type and climate conditions - affect how long a pipe will continue to function after it’s installed in your water utility system. Since it’s so hard to anticipate which pipes will burst, half of the pipes typically replaced by water utilities today are still in good shape.

 

Now there’s a better alternative — Pipe Asset Management services from SUEZ. Our annual water utility network evaluation program, combined with strategic pipeline condition assessment, help us predict what pipes are most likely to fail. This allows you to devote your resources where they’re needed, instead of digging up and replacing pipes that still have years of service life remaining.

 

Contact us to learn more about our water network asset management planning directly from a representative.


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