There are several professional societies or trade organizations which are directly concerned with the trenchless technology industry. There are also broader interest trade associations with active trenchless technology programs and committees. Many professional societies actively support trenchless technology research and directly or indirectly promote the growth of the trenchless technology industry. This category is for links to such organizations. If a direct link to a trenchless technology committee page is not possible, where possible, the name (or names) of the trenchless technology committee(s) should be listed in the site description.
The American Public Works Association [APWA] serves its members by promoting professional excellence and public awareness through education, advocacy and the exchange of knowledge.
The Pipeline Infrastructure Committee [PINS] of the American Society of Civil Engineers regularly considers issues pertaining to trenchless technology.
Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies [AMWA] - The site features items of interest in the fields of drinking water regulation and legislation, the Safe Drinking Water Act, Source Water Protection, Watershed Assessments, Drinking Water Treatment, and Competitiveness issues for Public Utilities.
Sub-committee F-17.67 is focused upon the development of trenchless technology standards.
Committee on the study of pipe corrosion and protection.
The Federation of Canadian Municipalities is the national voice of municipal governments, dedicated to improving the quality of life in all communities by promoting strong, effective, and accountable government.
ISTT was established in 1986 to advance the science and practice of Trenchless Technology for the public benefit, and to promote education, training, study and research in that science and practice.
Founded in 1974, ITA has 47 Member Nations and 250 Affiliate Members. The aims of ITA are to encourage planning of the subsurface and to promote advances in the preparatory investigations for tunnels and in the design, construction and maintenance of tunnels by bringing together information thereon and by studying questions related thereto.
NASSCO is an industry resource for specification guidelines, industry practices, inspector training, and new technology know-how.
National Clay Pipe Institute is a not for profit trade association comprised of manufacturers of vitrified clay pipe.
The NRWA is America's largest utility membership association serving over 19,000 water and wastewater utilities.
NUCA has a trenchless technology committee. Site contains membership, convention and legislative information; online store and magazine, member questions and answers bulletin board, weather search features.
A multiple disciplinary society of individuals and organizations with professional, utilitarian or environmental interests in Trenchless Technology.
Represents the contractors, pipe suppliers, and machine manufacturers in the United Kingdom pipe jacking and microtunnelling industry.
UCA is a nonprofit trade association of contractors and suppliers in the sewer, water, utility, and underground industry in the Chicago area. It is active in market development, information, education, labor, and promotion of safety.
Dedicated to serving union-affiliated construction companies.
UK affiliate of ISTT
Trade association focused upon preserving and enhancing the global water environment. The Collection Systems Committee is very active in trenchless technology. Most trenchless technology product firms exhibit at the WEF Tradeshow and Exhibition [WEFTEC].
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