Anglian Water’s @one Alliance has confirmed it is to award UKDN Waterflow approximately 5km of sewer relining (CIPP) in its Ruthamford region. This is the first of a large bank of lining works for Anglian Water during AMP6 and our team is gearing up for the challenge. Work is starting to be planned now, with crews expected on site in the next 6 weeks.
UKDN Waterflow is proud of its sewer rehabilitation heritage, offering over 50 years’ experience in the sector. Our CIPP, or ‘cured in place pipe’ rehabilitation technique allows for relining ‘full length’ pipes (manhole to manhole) insitu’. This results in a quick, simple and cost effective ‘no dig’ solution, when compared with costly pipe renewal and in addition, minimises the disruption to the general public. UKDN Waterflow has extensive experience in delivering effective no-dig rehabilitation solutions on a range of foul, surface and process pipelines, across a broad range of working environments – including rail, utility, industrial, and commercial. Using proven technology, UKDN Waterflow’s no-dig trenchless technology is the most efficient and least intrusive solution available.