September 2022 Vol. 77 No. 9

Tech Tips

Tech Tips: Styrene Emission Equipment Innovation and Research

By NASSCO Member Dennis Pivin – CSP, CHST, CIT, Vice President of Environmental, Health, Safety and Security at Aegion Corporation

Over the past several years, the Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) industry has been moving toward a better understanding of the science regarding employee, public safety and environmental issues surrounding steam cure CIPP installations. While NASSCO has made this a top priority and enlisted leading universities to conduct research projects for worksite emission sampling, and industrial hygiene evaluations as well as potential environmental impacts, there are a variety of new technology advances in the realm of reducing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during the CIPP installation process and will be covered in this article.

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