Replacing Laterals in San Luis Obispo

Replacing Laterals in San Luis Obispo

Aging infrastructure is common around all areas of the country. Some more so than others. Residents across San Luis Obispo are getting their feel of old, broken sewer pipes. Some sewer laterals on private properties are starting to cause sewage overflows and the city is taking notice. Recently, the City Council approved a new ordinance […]

Perma-Liner™ Certified Installer Highlight: A-1 Total Service Plumbing

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Throughout the United States, Perma-Liner has more than 1900 certified installers and four distribution facilities, with more to open in the coming months. One of our certified installers recently completed a project we would like to highlight. As a 24/7 plumbing service located in the Los Angeles, California area, A-1 Total Service Plumbing has been […]

California Property Owners Being Educated on Water Damage

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Water damage to a home or business can be extremely costly. It can be anything from natural flooding, an indoor plumbing leak, or a sanitary sewer overflow. Despite the cause of the damage, the water may contain bacteria, mold, chemicals, etc. and cause damage to structures, furnishing, and any belongings in the home or business. […]

Los Angeles Uses Smart Alternatives for Affected Water Systems

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The city of Los Angeles has been proactive in its approach while conducting in-depth evaluations on water conservation. The recovery continues from the multi-year drought and finding alternate means to better the water infrastructure systems have been a vital aspect in making long term improvements.  Some of the research has included an interesting analysis of […]

Los Angeles Finds Savvy Idea to Conserve Water after Drought

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The city of Los Angeles has been making impressive efforts in light of the recent reprieve from drought-like conditions. The deluge that the state recently experienced as a whole, has precipitated new plans to conserve and capture the excess storm water for safekeeping, to be used at a later date. The strategies for capturing and […]

Los Angeles Residents Use Caution: Sinkhole and Heavy Storms Create Hazard

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Recently, the City of Los Angeles has experienced fluctuations to the usual weather pattern. The same situation goes for other areas of the Golden State. While some of the changes in the forecast have been good, such as an improvement in drought-like conditions, others have caused heavy flooding and treacherous conditions. Seemingly at opposite ends […]

California Cities Setup Cultivated Use of Water

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Many cities throughout California are conscientious of recycling and have been for the long term. But recycling water has now become a magnified topic as the drought persists. Recently researchers at UCLA have addressed the topic of recycled water being collected from sewer systems and then purified. At first glance, it may sound appealing. However […]

Know your Sewer System- Prepare for a Disaster

When a natural disaster occurs, it’s important to know how to protect yourself and your belongings. It’s a good idea to know the basics in order to be safe and prepared.  Be sure to strap down your water heater so it meets safety codes. Consider hiring a professional plumber for this.  In California, when an […]

Full Steam Ahead! Check Out Perma-Liner Industries 2016 Events Line Up!!

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Undoubtedly, you are still enjoying the many highlights that this time of year brings, but as the glory days of summer begin to wane, no worries! We’ve got some exciting events scheduled for you and they’re coming up right around the corner. Mark your calendars for these informative trade shows that you won’t want to […]

New Wastewater Facility for Malibu, New Sewers for Area Beaches

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Three California State Parks have received the go-ahead to rehabilitate their sewers systems. The funding will come from The Clean Beaches Initiative Grant Program for Doheny State Beach, El Capitan State Beach and Carpinteria State Beach for repairs to infrastructure. Some of the sewage systems are approximately 50 years old and are nearing the end […]