New HDPE Pipe Standard to Result in Stronger, Watertight Product

New high-density polyethylene(HDPE) pipes installed by municipalities across North America are higher-performing than existing materials and water-tight, saving cities money in the long run, thanks to a new standard put out in the fall by the American Water Works Association (AWWA).The C906-15 update, published on September 1, includes high-performance polyethylene resin, known as PE4710, which will improve the durability and reliability of HDPE pressure pipe over existing materials used in municipal water and wastewater systems...

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