egeplast UK will be showcasing a range of innovative pipe systems at this year’s Utility Week Live exhibition (16 and 17 May, NEC, Birmingham). Core products on stand will include its SLA barrier pipe system, the only plastic drinking water pipe with global approval for installation in contaminated soil; its 3L leak control system, a permanently monitored pipe system which reduces leakage, and its SLM 3.0 pipe system for trenchless installations.
The egeplast team, which works with many of the UK’s largest utility companies, will also be giving away bottles of egeplast UK’s anniversary ales, specially brewed by Don Valley Brewery to celebrate the company’s twentieth year in the UK.
Steven Jones, managing director of egeplast UK, comments: “As the first company to develop barrier pipe in Europe back in the 1980s, egeplast has a long track record in the development and manufacture of innovative future-proofed pipe systems. Combined with our extensive experience of working with the utility sector, we believe our innovative approach enables utility companies to improve environmental performance, deliver net zero and tackle some of the key issues facing society today.”
egeplast UK has 20 years’ experience of working with the UK utility sector and in the last year alone has played a key role in the delivery of major initiatives including the creation of a new 2km water main under the River Dee Estuary for Welsh Water and Anglia Water’s £12 million upgrade to the water network in East Ruston, near Norwich.
egeplast UK is part of the egeplast group. A family owned business founded in 1908, egeplast operates state of the art manufacturing facilities in the UK, Sweden and Germany.
For more information about egeplast UK and its pipe systems, visit stand i36 at Utility Week Live.