The City of Franklin’s Stormwater and Erosion Origins

Nov 25

The City of Franklin’s Stormwater and Erosion Origins

Pollution entering Franklin’s streams and channels has many sources and entry paths. Pollutants are generally either washed into surface waters by rainfall runoff or they enter through human activities such as connecting non-storm water drains to the storm water drainage system or by someone dumping waste into drains or streams directly. Franklin has programs of education, prevention and inspection to address these environmental concerns. Rainfall induced pollution enters primarily by two methods. The first is erosion and sedimentation of sediment and the pollutants sediment contains. The second is the simple wash off of pollution that may lie on paved surfaces. There are negative influences on channels, streams and rivers when sediment enters the waterways. As sediment volumes increase in waterways, the overall capacity decreases. This causes an increase in flooding as well as creates excessive maintenance needs. There are different types of erosion that are also cause for concern, such as water and wind erosion. Construction activities often require the disturbance of streams and channels. Once vegetation or other bank protection measures are disturbed, flows may begin to erode the unprotected soil. Dust is a common concern from construction sites and originates as inorganic particle pollution from rock and soil surfaces and material storage piles. The majority of dust generated and emitted into the air at a construction site is related to earth moving operations, demolition, construction traffic on unpaved surfaces, and wind over disturbed soil surfaces.  There are five primary factors that influence erosion: soil characteristics, vegetative cover, topography, climate, and rainfall. Memphis, looking for a highly recommended plumber?  Perma-Liner Industries has partnered with the most knowledgeable plumbers in your area to provide you with outstanding service.  We provide only the best referrals for licensed and certified professionals.  Call us or go online to see how we can help.  1-866-336-2568 or www.perma-liner.com The City of Franklin’s Stormwater and Erosion...

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Memphis, What Is That Smell

Jul 01

Memphis, What Is That Smell

A clogged sewer pipe in the Mid-Town section of Memphis caused a rather smelly situation early this morning. The culprit, was grease! The pipe was so backed up with grease that raw sewage spewed all over the place, causing quite a stink! Area restaurants and residents are kindly reminded not to pour grease down your sinks! If you notice the smells in your neck of the woods are not coming up roses give Perma-Liner a call at 866-336-2568. We have a noninvasive, cost effective way to unclog and rehab pipes with no digging! To learn more call Perma-Liner at 866-336-2568 or visit our...

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Are Your Pipes All Shook Up

Jun 26

Memphis, are you constantly experiencing back-ups and spending money on expensive chemicals to un-clog drains? Most times leaks, cracks, or even breaks can cause back-ups. The solution isn’t a drain clearing chemical, the answer is trenchless pipelining. Perma-Liner Certified Installers have been trained and certified when it comes to trenchless projects. Using zero-dig technology our installers have the ability to inspect a pipe and diagnose which CIPP system.  Perma-Liner Installers can have the problem fixed in a small amount of time. Using American made materials and equipment; your broken pipes are re-lined and cured in no time. Memphis, cure those shaky pipe blues and call Perma-Linerfor all of your pipe-lining needs at 866-336-2568 or come see us in action at the Perma-Liner US Tour in Louisville, Kentucky on Wednesday, August 13, 2014. For more details or to register for FREE call 866- 336-2568 or visit us online at www.perma-liner.com. Visit us on the...

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No-Dig With Perma-Liner!

Jun 19

No-Dig With Perma-Liner!

Memphis, there are many pipes and sewer lines made of cast iron , especially in older homes, and these can corrode over time causing constant leaks and repair needs. Tree root intrusion is another common cause of sewer damage. Memphis, you can reline the pipe without digging trench, which has been the traditional method used to repair or replace sewer lines. With Perma-Liner we give you the option of installing a new lining inside your existing pipes requires very little digging or intrusion. Perma-Liner has contractors in your area of Memphis that will clean the pipes that are to be relined. We will also video scan to make sure all debris or clogs are removed before we begin the installation. Once the pipes are clean , we insert a fabric tube that has been treated with the lining materials into the pipe to cover the entire length of the damaged pipe.  We would inflate the tube while lining materials dry and harden. The end result is a smooth an durable lining that can withstand structural and external stress, and  with your landscape looking like new also! If you are in the Memphis area and are looking to have  some sewer work done, or looking to become a Perma-Liner installer please give us a call or take a look at our web-site atwww.perm-liner.com. Visit us on the...

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Perma-Liner Has A Solution To Memphis’s sewer Problems!

Jun 17

Perma-Liner Has A Solution To Memphis’s sewer Problems!

The city of Memphis will Spend over $250 Million over the next couple of years upgrading its leaky, out dated sewage collection and treatment system ,according to an agreement  settling longstanding Clean Water Act violations. Perma-liner Has the equipment an materials to do the job, with less cost and  no digging up the cities roads! Perma-Liner provides training and live demos to become certified to use our equipment and materials for any type of job performed. If you are interested in becoming a Perma-Liner Installer please give us a call or take a look at our web-site at  www.perma-liner.com. We look forward to working with you to fix the plumbing problems Memphis are having! Visit us on the...

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