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Media Interview on DSD’s pipe rehabilitation works and technologies
23 Jan 2017
Apple Daily, HK01, Hong Kong Economic Times, Mingpao, Oriental Daily, Singpao, Singtao Daily and Wenweipo conducted an interview with DSD Engineers Mr CHAN Yue-tong, Steve and Mr LEUNG Ho-tsung, Frankie on 23 January 2017.  The interview covers DSD’s pipe rehabilitation works and technologies.

At the interview, our Engineers introduced to the media two trenchless pipe rehabilitation technologies, namely spiral wound rehabilitation technology (SPRTMPE) and cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) lining.  DSD is planning preventive rehabilitation works to tackle the risks associated with ageing of drains and sewers.  Amongst them, a public works item namely “Rehabilitation of trunk sewers in Kowloon, Shatin and Sai Kung” is scheduled for commencement end this year.  DSD will employ trenchless rehabilitation technologies to reduce the impacts to public and traffic during construction.

The relevant articles were published on 27 January 2017.  Please refer to the following links for the interview (Chinese only):

Apple Daily


HK01

Hong Kong Economic Times


Mingpao – News report 1

Mingpao – News report 2

Oriental Daily – News report 1

Oriental Daily – News report 2

Singpao

Singtao Daily

Wenweipo



Engineer of Project Management Division, Mr CHAN Yue-tong, Steve, introduced the rehabilitation of trunk sewers in Kowloon, Shatin and Sai Kung




Engineer of Mainland South Division, Mr LEUNG Ho-tsung, Frankie, introduced the operation of spiral wound rehabilitation technology (SPRTMPE)



Mr LEUNG explained the construction sequence of CIPP lining at a works site



Workers were feeding the steel-reinforced polyethylene profile to the winding machine (Spiral wound rehabilitation technology)

Workers were inserting the liner into the host pipe (Cured-in-place-pipe lining)

 

 
 
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