October 2019

Looking Ahead – Carylon at 80

By Marcie Hemmelstein, CEO Today you won’t be checking your pager for messages. You’re not going to Blockbuster tonight to rent a move. You’re not thumbing through the Encyclopedia Britannica for answers to your questions. These tools have been replaced with smart phones, Netflix and Amazon. These companies won simply because they improved our lives […]

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September 2019

Come see us at WEFTEC 2019!

WEFTEC®, the largest event of its kind in North America, offers water quality professionals the best in water quality education and training. This multi-day conference is a great opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in water and wastewater solutions, experience new cutting-edge technology, and network with industry professionals. Here are the details: 92nd Annual […]

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September 2019

Carylon 3D Multi-Sensor Inspection System

National Plant Services (NPS) completed this important multi-sensor inspection project for the City of Roseville, CA, in August 2019. Multi-Sensor Inspections collect multiple types of measurable data in one inspection pass. The operator performs a PACP inspection while the 3D laser on-board measures the interior of the pipeline above the flow line. This laser data […]

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July 2019

Video Industrial Services Performs Sewer Rehabilitation

Video Industrial Services has recently been chosen to assist on a project by the Arab Water Board: the 2018 Gilliam Creek and Riley Maze Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation project. They will function as a subcontractor to Inland Pipe Rehabilitation, the General Contractor on the project, by performing the Cleaning & CCTV work ahead of their CIPP […]

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July 2019

70 Strong

By Marcie Hemmelstein, CEO Do you know what the world was like and what was happening 70 years ago? The average the cost of a new house was $7,450. A gallon of gas was 17 cents. The average cost of a new car $1,420. The Lucky Lady II airplane completed the first non-stop circumnavigation flight […]

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July 2019

CCCP Rehabilitation on Kaua’i Storm Drain

Below is a recent rehabilitation project completed by our team at National Plant. Centrifugally Cast Concrete Pipe (CCCP) rehabilitation was performed on this failing 84″ storm drain in Lihue, Kaua’i. The storm water pipe was rehabilitated without digging, the method allowed the pipe to retain much of its original design capacity, and all while allowing […]

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June 2019

Carylon Innovations – The Early Years

By Marcie Hemmelstein, CEO Carylon has always led the way in technology and innovation. Many of the tools and equipment our crews use today were created by our founder, Julius (“Jule”) Hemmelstein and his early partners and employees. Jule was a true visionary and, throughout the years, his companies made significant contributions to innovative maintenance […]

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June 2019

Closed Loop System for Coal Combustion Residual Dredging and Dewatering from A Recycle Pond with Landfill Placement

Two companies from the Carylon Sediments Group, Mobile Dredging and Video Pipe Inc. and Metropolitan Environmental Services Inc. developed a process which was used to successfully remove and dewater coal combustion residuals from an in-service 4.9 hectare lined Recycle Basin Pond at the OUC Stanton 1500 megawatts power generating station. The process involved hydraulic dredging of residuals from the Recycle […]

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June 2019

Mobile Dredging & Video Pipe Perform Dredging at Lake Linganore

Mobile Dredging & Video Pipe was just contracted to complete a year-and-a-half long dredging project at Lake Linganore in Frederick County, Maryland. Lake Linganore is a man-made lake in Maryland that provides recreation to local residents, as well as additional water supply when necessary if a drought occurs. The project will include dredging 100,000 cubic […]

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June 2019

National Water Main Performs UV Lining in Salem, MA

Dan Hudson and National Water Main Cleaning’s James Fleming (Project Engineer) met up with Susan McLoughlin from the Salem Government Channel to speak about their recent UV Lining project. The project consisted of about 1,500 linear feet of pipeline near a wetland bike path. Due to some recent leakages within the sewer pipelines, NWMCC was […]

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