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What is the Difference Between PVC and CPVC Pipe? PVC You’re probably familiar with PVC pipe. It's the white plastic pipe commonly used for plumbing and drainage. PVC stands for polyvinyl chloride, and it’s become a common replacement for metal piping. PVC’s strength, durability, easy installation, and...

Culvert pipes are key to preventing flood damage to your property. You can use the below as a guide to help maintain, monitor and fix damaged culvert pipes. Maintain Maintenance should be carried out regularly to ensure your culvert pipes are in the best shape to handle...

Conrad Waihape from Waihape Excavating and Drainage received a call late one afternoon. A tanker track bridge had recently been condemned by an inspector but the communication about this had failed to reach the farmer. He was now left with a little over 12 hours...

After the devastating earthquake on 14 November 2016 Kaikoura was effectively shut off from the rest of New Zealand. The coast road and the 83km long inland road (route 70) from Waiau were both impassable. On Route 70 alone there were more than 50 slips...

Check out the applications you can use this in: This modern house has a disaster waiting under its hot water cylinder! Use polypropylene all the way.  Milford High Temperature Waste is a quality polypropylene waste pipe system that has NO LIMIT on temperature of wastewater. Milford High Temperature Waste...

A New Plymouth company has cut their teeth on using Milford Euroflo HDPE Pipe for a big stormwater diversion project. Critical to the success of the project was delivering the pipes to the site before the ominous weather closed in and rain started filling the trenches! Using our EzyAs delivery...

Waimakariri District Council continues to embrace change and use products of the 21st century that will see them through to the 22nd century! WDC were one of the first District Councils to start using Euroflo pipe, and haven’t look back since.  Some comments from their Roading...

The main aim of the NES is to combine all the individual regional council rules into one document so there is consistency. I have pulled out the relevant information for our customers The main risks when installing and using river crossings are:  Sedimentation (that is, suspended sediment and...

Beef and deer farmers, along with outdoor piggeries, are set to face the same stream-fencing requirements as dairy farmers following the latest recommendations of the Land and Water Forum, while commercial and industrial water users may be required to start measuring their takes. The consensus-making body...