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The spill in the northeastern part of the state, which occurred along a different stretch than the controversial XL pipeline addition, coated an estimated half-acre of wetland, officials said on Oct 31st.
From The New York Times
Point Repair of Solution Mining Site in Arizona @ 392 ft deep with SuperLaminate®
Wrap the laminate with an adequate tack coat. Hold on the packer as it is descended down the hole at 392 ft deep. SuperLaminate® can take 600 psi of internal pressure. More holes are point repaired with SuperLaminate®
QuakeWrap founder and FRP pioneer awarded ASCE Life Member status
This design, for a fully-structural retrofit of a 20-foot section of a 12-inch reinforced concrete tunnel, included engineering for 100-psi of external hydrostatic pressure. The design called for layers of StifPipe® to be installed internally by wet layup method.