NDDU is the southern hemisphere’s only large-scale conference and exhibition dedicated to trenchless technology. Trenchless technology is important for installing new services, as well as rehabilitating and maintaining existing pipelines and infrastructure, without having to dig multiple trenches, disturbing traffic, business and residential locations.
With major utilities located underground and requiring ongoing upkeep and extension, No-Dig Down Under is a crucial event for local government representatives and those involved in planning decisions for major infrastructure projects.
The No-Dig Down Under 2022 conference will feature three dedicated session streams: installation, rehabilitation and condition assessment and utility location.
The No-Dig Down Under conference promises to bring attendees the very latest information about products designed to make trenchless installation and rehabilitation easier and more efficient.
Attendees will be able to hear from Katharina Helming from SAERTEX multiCom. Helming will be discussing the revolutionary SAERTEX-LINER® H2O (winner of the 2019 ISTT No-Dig Innovation Award). Sean Wharton from HammerHead Trenchless will also be discussing the newly developed Steel Extractor system and trenchless extraction process.
The No-Dig Down Under conference will also feature a number of project case studies that will discuss successes and areas for improvement, to help keep industry members up to date on best practice.
Hear from John Stuart-Robertson from HDI Lucas, Will Zillman from Interflow, Matthew Lyon from SFPJV (a joint venture of Abergeldie, Downer and Stantec) and Matt Beswick from McConnell Dowell, as they examine the successes of rehabilitation and improvement projects.
Research and development undertaken over the past few years proposes new classifications and solutions designed to improve and support targeted decision making for those involved in the trenchless industry.
Attendees will hear from Professor Marjorie Valix from the University of Sydney, discussing new proposed levels of corrosion classification for wastewater environments, Steven Nash from the Golburn Valley Water Authority, looking at the draft Asbestos Cement Water and Sewer Pipe Management Guidelines developed by the Water Pipes Working Group.
Cherdphong Seedao from the University of Sydney will also be discussing the development of one-part geopolymer mortars and their usefulness as a protective sewer coating.
NDDU is set to be held at the International Convention Centre Sydney from 14-17 June.
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