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EngNet September Newsletter 2009

EngNet September Newsletter 2009

Wednesday, 30 September, 2009

Dear EngNet Visitor,

I feel an air of optimism – maybe something to do with summer being here at last, but also a number of folk I speak to say they are starting to see signs of improvement in their business after the global slowdown.

This newsletter is going to be short and sweet, highlighting two upcoming conferences that we are the media partner for:

This workshop will be attended by contractors, clients and consultants from Water, Wastewater, Oil, Gas, Power, Mining, Sewage, Chemical and Telecommunications Industries who may be responsible for projects involving the planning, design, maintenance and installation of pipes and cables. The two day workshop will be held on 19 and 20 of October 2009 in Johannesburg, South Africa. This workshop will give participants the opportunity to learn about the various trenchless technology techniques for new installations, rehabilitation and renewal.

More information on the programme can be found at

Leakages do not only loose your organisation money due to product loss, but they can affect the environment and community. This will cost your organisation more money in damage control and the surrounding legal battles. Ensuring that your pipes are repaired and maintained properly is important to guarantee that you know their integrity and increase their lifespan. Attend IIR’s 5th Annual Pipes and Pipelines Conference to keep up-to-date and enhance your knowledge on the latest maintenance developments and corrosion control measures.

More information on the programme can be found at

Please send through any comments or suggestions you may have or interesting news. The response for the EngNet cycling shirt was so overwhelming that we needed to order a second batch. We will be doing a co-branded version soon due to a client request. If you are interested in co-branding on this cycle shirt please let me know.

Have a great day!

Adrian Cooney

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