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City of Palo Alto Adoption of HDPE 4710 for Potable Water Distribution [PE]

 

G.Scoby

# 2010 Vancouver

This paper will detail the efforts associated with the conversion of the potable water system materials to HDPE 4710, along with a detailed overview of the project construction, including lessons learned and our future goals to install a 100% fused HDPE 4710 water system from the main to the meter.

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