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The Impact of the Pipeline Safety Act of 2011 on the Industry The Impact of the Pipeline Safety Act of 2011 on the Industry The Impact of the Pipeline Safety Act of 2011 on the Industry The Impact of the Pipeline Safety Act of 2011 on the Industry


Even though pipelines are one of the safest and most reliable forms of energy transportation, there is a long history of pipeline failures...

View of river water in Flint, Michigan View of river water in Flint, Michigan View of river water in Flint, Michigan View of river water in Flint, Michigan


Brown discolored water began appearing in a city’s drinking water after a change to the water supply. Further investigations revealed the...

Protecting Outdoor Bronze Sculptures from Corrosion Protecting Outdoor Bronze Sculptures from Corrosion Protecting Outdoor Bronze Sculptures from Corrosion Protecting Outdoor Bronze Sculptures from Corrosion


Exposed to the elements and the public, bronze structures are susceptible to corrosion and other hazards.

Corrosion Costs & Recommended Practices for the Water Industry Corrosion Costs & Recommended Practices for the Water Industry Corrosion Costs & Recommended Practices for the Water Industry Corrosion Costs & Recommended Practices for the Water Industry


Aging water and wastewater infrastructures are difficult and expensive to manage. But how much does the corrosion problem cost the...

VIDEO: John Oliver on America's Crumbling Infrastructure VIDEO: John Oliver on America's Crumbling Infrastructure VIDEO: John Oliver on America's Crumbling Infrastructure VIDEO: John Oliver on America's Crumbling Infrastructure


Infrastructure: it's our roads, bridges, dams, airports, power grids... basically anything that can be destroyed in an action film! Here's...

Combating Sanitation System Corrosion Combating Sanitation System Corrosion Combating Sanitation System Corrosion Combating Sanitation System Corrosion


Sanitation corrosion is a worldwide problem that permeates through a system of moving waste to processing stations, often ending with water...