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  • Jackson, Mississippi, preparing to go without water periodically for up to 10 years as crisis continues

    JACKSON, Miss – Organizations in Jackson, Mississippi, are asking for help from other states as the water crisis dries up resources. » Read More

  • Bellevue sues school in connection with landslide that wiped out Somerset home

    BELLEVUE, Wash. — Another twist in the saga surrounding the Bellevue water main break and landslide that destroyed a home. » Read More

  • Thousands Will Live Here One Day (as Long as They Can Find Water)

    BUCKEYE, Ariz. — Surrounded by miles of creosote and ocotillo in the Sonoran Desert, state officials and business leaders gathered in October against the backdrop of the ragged peaks of the White Tank Mountains to applaud a plan to turn 37,000 acres of arid land west of Phoenix into the largest planned community ever proposed in Arizona. » Read More

  • Ruptured pipes, leaks threaten water supplies across Alabama

    The unprecedented cold front has left some Alabama cities overwhelmed with frozen pipes and leaks, causing water issues that could last until the middle of the week. » Read More

  • Bring new water to the Colorado River, and a national infrastructure bank to finance it

    Mike Wade, “Imperial Valley can’t sustain another water cut,” Dec. 14, is absolutely right. However, if we can’t get new water to the Colorado River, and even though conservation is important, no amount of conservation is going to fix this problem. » Read More

  • Nation's largest water supplier declares drought emergency

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The nation's largest water supplier has declared a drought emergency for all of Southern California, clearing the way for potential mandatory water restrictions early next year that could impact 19 million people. » Read More

  • Houston issues boil water notice following power outages to water treatment plants

    A boil water notice was issued in Houston, Texas, on Sunday after multiple water treatment plants lost power. » Read More

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Who We Are

The Alliance for PE Pipe is devoted to sharing the features and benefits of smooth walled pressure pipe to benefit the municipal water and wastewater industry. The Alliance conducts roadshow events and seminars, publishes articles and assists engineers and municipalities as they plan HDPE projects.

Why HDPE Pipe?

• Leak-free
• Corrosion Resistant
• Less Maintenance
• Tough, Ductile, Flexible
• Superior Seismic Resistance
• The Trenchless Pipe
• Lowest Life Cycle Cost of all pipes
• Often lowest installed cost of all pipes

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What People Are Saying

HDPE has had a significant impact on our capital improvement program. We have been able to pipe burst our existing AC pipe with HDPE.  It has really allowed us to implement more miles for a lower cost.
Alan Ambler, PE - Water Resources Director, Casselberry, Florida (suburb of Orlando)

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