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$4.2M Funding for Robotic Pipeline Restoration Firm
Lined pipes
Polyurea repair of deteriorating pipe
Five Elms Capital seeks to invest in high-tech alternatives for service industries
By RBR Staff


For waterworks utilities, there have been no minimal impact and economically viable options to rehabilitate water pipelines above 42” before Quest Inspar’s solution was brought to market.

According to a 2010 study of America’s water supply system by the EPA, every day over 6 billion gallons of drinking water is lost in the US due to leaks and breaks present in our aged water pipelines, some of which date back over 100 years.

The same study forecasts that over 50 percent of America’s 950,000 miles of water mains will require replacement in the next 20 years.

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