For the sixth consecutive year,manufacturing experts and engineers from across the United States will educateparticipants on aspects of design and installation of HDPE piping systems forwater, sewer and industrial applications at the Plastics Pipe Institutes (PPI)one-day seminars. PPI is the industrys source for information on drinking watersystem solutions.
Hundreds of water system designers, civil engineers,public works specifiers and utility managers have already taken advantage ofPPIs series of one-day seminars, Designing and Installing High-DensityPolyethylene (HDPE) Piping Systems. Specific topics at the seminars will includeengineering properties and design, joining, system connections and sliplining.Each participant receives a copy of the PPI Handbook of PolyethylenePipe, a comprehensive instructional manual covering a wide range ofapplications and problem solving solutions for users of polyethylenepipe.
Seminars will be conducted in Orlando, Fla., Charleston, S.C.,Tampa, Fla. and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The schedule will alsofeature a seminar in Texas, at a date and location to be determined. Sign up orget additional information on an individual seminar by calling PPI at (202)462-9607, ext. 10. More information is available atwww.plasticpipe.org.
The Plastics Pipe Institute is the majortrade association representing all segments of the polyethylene piping industry.Member companies share a common interest in broadening market opportunities thatmake effective use of plastic piping for water and gas distribution, sewer andwastewater, oil and gas production, industrial and mining uses, power andcommunications, duct and irrigation. More information is available atwww.plasticpipe.org.