Inspection Technology

PICA Wins Water Pipeline Project with Alberta Environment and Parks

PICA's professionalism and technology has won us another major project! In May or June of 2016 we are set to begin our first project working with Alberta Environment and Parks in central Alberta. We will be proud to bring our knowledge and expertise to inspect two water lines that service the communities of Buffalo Lake and Gull Lake.

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Sewage Line Ruptures: All in a Day's Work for PICA

Sewage line ruptures are inconvenient, messy, and cost a great deal of money to clean up. Sewage pipeline failures can also endanger the health of people and wildlife who live near the spill. They can also contaminate soil and drinking water sources. The unfortunate fact is that sewage line failures happen every day all over North America.

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PICA Wins Water Pipeline Project with Alberta Environment and Parks

PICA's professionalism and technology has won us another major project! In May or June of 2016 we are set to begin our first project working with Alberta Environment and Parks in central Alberta. We will be proud to bring our knowledge and expertise to inspect two water lines that service the communities of Buffalo Lake and Gull Lake.

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How to Create a Sustainable Water Pipeline Infrastructure

Did you know that water pipelines are designed to be operational for 100 years? PICA is aware that a lot of pipelines are being replaced well before their design life has been reached. We believe in building a sustainable pipeline infrastructure through careful design, planning, building, provision of information to the public, and inspection of water distribution systems.

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