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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

August 09, 2012 | Comments: 0

Storm Water Drain Construction

Storm water drain construction plays a vital role in public safety. Storm drains are needed to manage water flow that occurs after rain or snow storms. Water is transported swiftly through a series of underground pipes so that is does not accumulate on ground surfaces and result in flooding.

Storm water drain construction is performed by licensed contractors who have been trained in Environmental Protection Agency wastewater management practices. The EPA monitors all types of pipeline that release water into American waters.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

March 19, 2012 | Comments: 0

Water Main Contractors

Water main contractors take care of everything from repairing broken sewer lines to installing water and sewer mains. The majority of water pipes are placed underground, so when pipes burst there can still be substantial amount of flooding that rises above ground.

Due to the complexities of systems, water main contractors must receive adequate training to ensure they remain in compliance with EPA regulations. Additionally, contractors go through OSHA and HAZMAT training and must be licensed prior to installing or repairing water pipeline and mains.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

February 28, 2012

Storm Drain Contractors

Storm drain contractors are involved with the installation process of subsurface pipes. These systems are necessary for redirecting water flow to reduce the risk of flooding in residential communities, along interstate systems, and surface areas such as parking lots and sidewalks.

Using the services of storm drain contractors is required with all types of pipeline construction jobs including municipal, institutional, industrial, commercial, and residential. Storm drainage systems are crucial for getting rid of storm water runoff that collects on ground surfaces and could result in flooding.

Storm drainage systems are comprised of catch basins and inlets that are strategically placed along curbs, roads, and sidewalks to redirect storm water runoff to subsurface pipes. These pipes transport excess water to an outfall opening so that water can be discharged into open bodies of water like rivers and oceans.

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