underground piping

underground piping

Piping in direct contact with, and covered by, earth.
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Jaczko outlined two issues where he believes the members of the society--a not-for-profit professional organization for those in all engineering disciplines--can help enhance nuclear safety at operating reactors: probabilistic risk assessments and underground piping.
Underground piping has received considerable attention from the public and policymakers, as contaminated groundwater has been discovered at several nuclear power plants because of aging underground piping.
A POWER station had to be evacuated after a fire started in underground piping.
All 45 members of staff were safely evacuated when smouldering from the cladding around underground piping sparked a fire alert.
Prior to joining OLA in June 2004, Artibee was a field engineer for Slattery Skanska in Whitestone, NY where he was responsible for all activities on construction sites and produced and maintained as-builts of underground piping.
Aries Industries Inc., a manufacturer of visual inspection equipment for the underground piping industry, was awarded first place in the State of Wisconsin Governors New Product category for medium sized businesses.
In addition, new underground piping and electrical ductwork will be installed.

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