Saturday, March 14, 2020, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CT
NACE Sponsored Event
According to the American Waterworks Association (AWWA) industry database, there is approximately 1,483,000 km of municipal water piping in the United States. This number is not exact, since most water utilities do not have complete records of their piping system. The sewer system consists of approximately 16,400 publicly owned treatment facilities releasing some 155-million-meter cube of wastewater per day (1995). The total annual direct cost of corrosion for the nation’s drinking water and sewer systems was estimated at $36.0 billion. This estimated statistic accounted for the costs of replacing aging infrastructure, corrosion inhibitors, internal mortar linings, and external coatings and cathodic protection.
During this one-day seminar, speakers will share problem-solving strategies, case studies and analytical data from the following perspectives: research and development, treatment systems, maintenance troubleshooting, inspection protocols and water technology methods.
This one-day seminar focuses on corrosion detection and corrosion mitigation in the water and wastewater industry.
Houston, TX, United States