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A growing body of evidence is identifying plastic pipes as the sustainable choice for development — now and in the future. Plastic piping systems are strong, durable, light-weight and flexible, requiring significantly less energy to fabricate, transport and install than either the metal or concrete alternatives....

The role of instream culverts in fish passage in New Zealand Poorly designed instream structures (including culverts, weirs and dams) are a significant contributing factor in the declining populations of New Zealand’s native freshwater fish. According to DOC, about 70% of New Zealand’s native fish are threatened...

Gravel, rocks, sharp stones and acidic effluent or chemicals can all contribute to the erosion and corrosion of your pipes. In scientific testing polyethylene piping has shown strong abrasion resistance, with considerably reduced wear rates compared to other materials. Pipe surfaces can be worn away over...

Maybe you have heard of fluming mentioned but are not really sure what it is? The dictionary describes it as: ‘A flume is a human-made channel for water in the form of an open declined gravity chute whose walls are raised above the surrounding terrain, in contrast...