South Platte Basin – Colorado’s Water Plan

Jan 29

South Platte Basin – Colorado’s Water Plan

The South Platte Basin Roundtable covers approximately 22,000 square miles in northeast Colorado. The largest cities in the roundtable area are Boulder, Fort Collins, Longmont and Greeley. The projected population in 2050 is estimated to almost double in size to between 1.9 and 2.6 million people. The Basin’s economy is also enhanced by environmental and...

Read More

Old Sewer Pipes Are Getting Smoked

Jul 17

Old Sewer Pipes Are Getting Smoked

Waiting for a complete sewer line failure is not only Denver’s municipality worst nightmare but also a homeowners. Clay sewer pipes were used during construction in the 1930s through 1950, there is a new way to test for cracks or corroded sewer-liner pipes is the smoke test. The problem that caught Denver city officials’ attention was on rainy days, the flow...

Read More

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Jul 01

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Denver over the last year we have seen our share of flooding in the greater Denver area. Floods are hard on our sewers, land, and infrastructure. With all the pressure that is put on the pipes they can corrode very easily, since most are made out of cast iron. Does this mean you need to dig up your yard or street to replace them? Absolutely not! Perma-Liner has the...

Read More

Denver Dampened by Wet Wipes

Jun 25

Denver Dampened by Wet Wipes

There is a new threat to the Denver sewer system, it is known as the disposable wet wipe. Our nation and especially Denver has seen a jump in the senior citizen population and a baby boom! Elder care facilities and new moms are flushing the disposable wet wipes down the toilet, even though they are disposable, they do not flush well. What happens is with the influx...

Read More