Pittsburgh Water (PWSA) Looks to ePIPE to Make Lead Water Lines Safer

Under a pilot program agreement with PWSA aimed at reducing lead leaching from drinking water supply pipes, Pipe Restoration Technologies, using its patented ePIPE technology has completed the in-place coating of “private side” service lines at six Pittsburgh area homes.

In Pittsburgh, PWSA estimates as many as 17,750 residential service lines contain lead. These are the pipes which tie household plumbing into a water main beneath the street. They have two sections: the public portion that taps into the main, and the privately owned portion (private side) that runs from the curb stop into the building



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