Pipeline explosions in the United States occur at an alarming rate of three incidents every four days. Many of these are considered lower-level accidents that happen with great frequency within the oil and gas
HJ3 Composite Technologies and Grannus, two Tucson, AZ based companies, were recognized as 2013 Cleantech national finalists at this morning’s annual 2013 IdeaFunding event at the Marriott University Park during the opening remarks. IdeaFunding,
HJ3 Composite Technologies, LLC. based in Tucson, AZ has just been named a national finalist in the Annual Cleantech Open Accelerator during last night’s Rocky Mountain Region qualifier. This year’s event marks the 5th
Aggressive corrosion is being investigated across the nation as more and more power plants are discovering that both older and relatively new steel and reinforced concrete infrastructure is corroding at alarming rates. American Electric
Structural strengthening of concrete is a real concern not only in our country, but worldwide. Often times, we hear about the bridges, ports and water pipelines that are major components of our failing infrastructure.
Leaking gas pipelines may be more prevalent and cost American consumers more than we once thought. Recent reports from the northeastern U.S. indicate that metropolitan cities have thousands of leaks which consumers have paid
What is the cost of our failing U.S. infrastructure? Our failing U.S. infrastructure has many costs associated with its repair or replacement. But what about the indirect costs and ramifications to individuals and businesses?
The bridge collapses in Washington and Missouri last week have people like Debbie Hersman, the chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, saying this is a “wake-up call for the nation”. In Washington, a
A ruptured pipeline in Maplewood, Missouri yesterday, created a large, obtrusive sinkhole in the middle of a busy intersection. Last month, a pipeline break in an old cast iron water pipeline in San Diego