CORROSION RISKS ON WATER PIPELINES

In 2012, $111 billion was spent on water systems in the U.S. This translates to a 300-year replacement cycle. In 2018, the US Environmental Protection Agency estimated $472.6 billion was needed over the next 20 years in order to revitalize and maintain the nationwide water infrastructure. 

The top two industry-wide concerns remain:

  1. The need to renew and/or replace much of the existing water systems, and

  2. An overall lack of funding in order to perform the renewal and/or replacement work.

 

ICG's presentations to water professionals in previous conferences have addressed the followings topics: 

  • CAUSES OF CORROSION ON BURIED PIPELINES

 

  • DEVELOPING AN ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN

​​

 

  • CONDITION ASSESSMENTS

 

  • PRIORITIZING ASSETS

 

  • IMPLEMENTING CORROSION MITIGATION STRATEGIES

 

  • EDUCATING FIELD PERSONNEL AND MANAGEMENT

 

Contact ICG to learn more about the corrosion protection that can be applied to New and Existing Infrastructure and how corrosion can be prevented. 

1/7
CORROSION ENGINEERING
CONTACT US

Copyright © Infinity Corrosion Group, Inc.