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Water Systems and Sewage

Plastic Pipes Conference Association # 1985 York


A market awaits the Plastics Industry with the renovation of deteriorating sewers. Plastic pipes feature strongly in small diameter renovation techniques. To successfully exploit this market it will be necessary for civil engineers to understand more about polymers and polymer engineers more about sewers. The objective of this paper is to attempt to do a little for the latter

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