October 2022 Vol. 77 No. 10

Tech Tips

Tech Tips: CIPP Emission Studies Update

By Lynn Osborn, NASSCO Technical Advisory Council Member, LEO Consulting

It has been over five years since NASSCO began the program of evaluating cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) air emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and the effect on worker and public safety. Through an industry workgroup consisting of several highly respected industry organizations, NASSCO commissioned three third-party studies beginning with Phase 1 in late 2017. Phase 1 was awarded to the Center for Underground Infrastructure, Research and Education (CUIRE) at the University of Texas[1]Arlington and was led by Dr. Mohammad Najafi. The objectives of Phase 1 were a literature review of past CIPP emission studies and a scope of work for Phase 2, field studies.

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