National Association of Sewer Service Companies


National Association of Sewer Service Companies

The National Association of Sewer Service Companies or NASSCO is a North American trade organization, established in 1976 to "improve the success rate of everyone involved in the pipeline rehabilitation industry through education, technical resources, and industry advocacy".[1] NASSCO's intent is to research, train and educate members and non-members on rehabilitation of underground utilities using trenchless technology. Ultimately, NASSCO is committed to set the "industry standards for the rehabilitation of underground pipelines, and to assure the continued acceptance and growth of trenchless technologies".[2]

Publications

NASSCO has developed multiple publications covering varied topics. The following is the list of current publications.

  • Manual of Practices
  • Inspector's Handbook
  • Specification Guidelines
  • Trenchless Assessment Guide for Rehabilitation
  • Pipeline Assessment & Certification Program (PACP) Reference Manual
  • Jetter Code of Practices
  • RehabZone

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