August 2022 Vol. 77 No. 8

Rehab Technology

NASSCO Tech Tips

Styrene emissions from the CIPP process are a concern when they exceed regulatory levels. NASSCO contracted with the Trenchless Technology Center at Louisiana Tech University (TTC) to delineate styrene levels at various parts of the CIPP process. That study, which should be completed by the end of August 2022, focuses on two areas of study: Styrene accumulation in the back of a refrigerated truck used to store and transport wet-out bags containing a styrenated resin; and emissions from a hot air (steam) cured liner.

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