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The Environmental Benefits of Trenchless Pipe Lining

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Trenchless pipe repair in Boston, MA, is an innovative and cost-effective approach to repairing and replacing underground pipes without digging. This technique includes putting a liner soaked with a curing solution into the existing pipe. The curing agent hardens, forming a new, sturdy pipe inside the original. This technology removes the need to dig trenches and damage the ground surface, delivering various environmental advantages. Read on as New England Pipe Restoration explains how this method benefits the environment:

1. Minimizing Waste

Minimizing waste is an environmental advantage of trenchless pipe lining. When lining a pipe with a cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liner, very little material is taken from the existing pipe throughout the process. This means no excavation is required, so less trash is generated and less damage to the local ecosystem. Moreover, the CIPP liner is manufactured from a strong material that will endure for many years—replacing it as frequently as standard pipe materials is unnecessary, further decreasing waste.

2. No Need for Excavation

Trenchless sewer repair reduces the need for excavation, an environmental advantage since it eliminates the need to disturb the soil. This removes the risk of soil contamination, disturbance of animal habitats, erosion, and the requirement for vast energy and resources to transport and replenish the soil.

Trenchless pipe replacement also eliminates the need to utilize potentially toxic chemicals and big gear, which may create air, water, and noise pollution. All of these advantages assist in safeguarding the environment and conserving natural resources.

3. Reduce the Spread of Toxins

Reducing toxins is an environmental advantage because it stops the spread of impurities and pollutants from seeping into the surrounding soil. Trenchless lining employs a cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) that is put into the existing pipe and then sealed. This forms a barrier between the existing pipe and the surrounding earth, reducing the spread of impurities.

When in need of quality trenchless sewer replacement or repair, turn to New England Pipe Restoration. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

New England Pipe Restoration
Call 978-962-2340

Offering Trenchless Pipe Repair & Pipe Restoration to all of New England.

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