Would you like to reduce your environmental impact, disruptions to other infrastructure and costs?
Save up to 80% of emissions
When you choose Inpipe’s trenchless renovation method for your pipes instead of excavating, you can save up to 80% in carbon dioxide emissions and you obtain a sustainable product. For us, a sustainable investment means that it should be as environmentally friendly as possible, economically advantageous and give you a long expected product lifetime.
You wouldn’t drive your car around the world 5.5 times for no reason, would you?
Here’s an example. You renovate 100 metres of wastewater pipe at a depth of 4 metres. If you choose Inpipe’s products and installation methods instead of excavating, you can reduce emissions by approximately 28,000 kg of carbon dioxide*. This corresponds to the amount of carbon dioxide for a new car** driven 220,000 km, which is about 5.5 times around the world, or 18 years’ driving for an average Swedish car***.
You get more for your money
The fact that renovation using Inpipe liners can give you 25-80% lower costs compared to traditional excavation is almost self-evident in this context. In addition, the Inpipe product is designed to give you an expected lifetime of up to 100 years, which is economically sustainable.
Make the right choice for the sake of the environment.
Trenchless renovation of pipes using Inpipe’s technology generates much more limited disruptions in the surrounding community. It is quick and often only requires you to open a manhole cover, which requires minor closures. Often traffic and other functions can continue as usual during the work.
Installation with Inpipe
What it can look like when you dig up a pipe
* The estimated CO2 emission from excavation is based on a section of street, all excavation taking place in asphalt streets and with pipe excavations designed according to AMA. Excavation soils are transported to intermediate storage in the nearby area. Gravel is used for the pipe bed and backfill and the asphalt is restored on refilled and packed soils.
** According to the Swedish Transport Administration, the average emissions for a new car registered in Sweden in 2015 are 127 g CO2/km.
*** According to Transport Analysis, which works on behalf of the Swedish government, in 2015 the average driving distance per year for a car registered in Sweden was 12220 km/year.