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Crumbling Infrastructure

Whether it is a road in need of desperate repair, a failing bridge or a broken water main undermining the health of a community, Canada’s infrastructure needs some serious attention.

By some estimates, municipalities treat two litres of water for every litre that reaches the tap. The rest is lost through leaky or broken water mains.

During storms, leaky sewer pipes allow rain to seep in, resulting in unnecessary treatment costs. It’s not only bad for the environment, it means higher taxes.

Canadians expect their governments to spend smarter. And in modest economic times, it’s critical that every tax dollar is spent responsibly.

Infrastructure Solutions Today
Water main breaks are a drain on public finances, costing utilities and local economies an estimated $4 billion a year.

This need not be the case. New technology has brought us water mains that perform like never before.

The City of Calgary is a case in point. Their water distribution system used to have 1,500 water main breaks a year. Last year, they had only one.

How did they achieve those results? They decided to use longer-life, low-maintenance vinyl pipe – made right here in Canada. The city of Edmonton has achieved similar success.

Calgary and Edmonton are saving an estimated $5 million a year in water main repair costs because of their extensive use of vinyl pipe.

What Governments Can Do Now
Municipal governments are ideally positioned to take advantage. Here’s how:

Calculate your water main break rate by material type (i.e. asbestos cement, ductile iron, concrete or vinyl).

Quantify the energy used to pump and treat water and how much water is lost in transport. Then, install pipe materials like vinyl that have the best record of performance and hydraulic superiority.

The energy savings accrued from using the hydraulically superior vinyl pipe can reduce energy costs substantially and reduce the impact on the environment.

If you’re in provincial or federal government, you also have a unique opportunity.

Infrastructure funding benefits the economy in many ways — by creating jobs now and building a stronger foundation for future economic growth.

Water main and sewer pipes, fittings and fixtures are made right here in Canada. They employ Canadian workers and are installed by Canadian crews.

Spending smarter on infrastructure makes sense.

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Questions or concerns about municipal infrastructure?
Let’s talk. I can be reached at:

Veso Sobot, P.Eng.
Director, Corporate Affairs
Ipex Management Inc.

Tel: (289) 881-0120 x 502
or:  (416) 409-3459 
Fax: (905) 844-1161

Veso.Sobot@ipexna.com

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Oakville, Ontario
L6H 1A7

ABBOTSFORD DISTRIBUTION CENTRE
610 Riverside Rd
Abbotsford, British Columbia
V2S 7M6
(604) 855-9312 phone
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ATTWELL DISTRIBUTION CENTRE
90 Disco Rd
Etobicoke, Ontario
M9W 1L7
(416) 675-3606 phone
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BERMONDSEY PLANT
11 Bermondsey Rd
Toronto, Ontario
M4B 1Z3
(416) 751-3820 phone
(416) 751-7112 fax

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7710-40th Street, S.E.
Calgary, Alberta
T2C 3S4
(403) 236-8333 phone
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2441 Royal Windsor Drive
Mississauga, Ontario
L5J 4C7
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80 Thornhill Drive
Burnside Industrial Park
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
B3B 1S3
(902) 468-2620 phone
(902) 468-2647 fax

EDMONTON ADMINISTRATION OFFICE – West, Sales & Plant
4225 – 92nd Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta
T6B 3M7
(780) 415-5300 phone
(780) 415-5358 fax

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4848 – 92nd Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta
T6B 2X4
(780) 415-5300 phone
(780) 415-5385 fax

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4204 – 92nd Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta
T6B 3M7
(780) 415-5350 phone
(780) 415-5460 fax

HAMILTON KENT HEAD OFFICE & PLANT
77 Carlingview Drive
Etobicoke, Ontario
M9W 5E6
(416) 675-9873 phone
(416) 674-6960 fax

ILE DES SOEURS – ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE EAST
3 Place du Commerce, Suite 101
Ile des Soeurs
Verdun, Quebec
H3E 1H7
(514) 769-2200 phone
(5140 769-1672 fax

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Unit 3 – 6805 Invader Crescent
Mississauga, Ontario
L5T 2K6
(905) 564-3384 phone
(905) 564-4856 fax

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Unit 2 – 6805 Invader Crescent
Mississauga, Ontario
L5T2K6
(905) 670-5161 phone
(905) 670-8905 fax

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6810 Invader Crescent
Mississauga, Ontario
L5T 2B6
(905) 670-7676 phone
(905) 670-5295 fax

KELOWNA OFFICE
2228 Abbott Street
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 1E1
(250) 861-4612 phone
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LANGLEY PLANT & SALES OFFICE
20460 Duncan Way
Langley, British Columbia
V3A 7A3
(604) 534-8631 phone
(604) 534-7616 fax

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905, route 344
L'Assumpton, Quebec
J5W 2H1
(450) 589-8990 phone
(450) 589-5411 fax

L’ASSUMPTON PLANT
905, route 344
L'Assumption, Quebec
J5W 2H1
(450) 589-5544 phone
(450) 589-5958 fax

LONDON PLANT, SALES OFFICE & DISTRIBUTION CENTRE
1055 Wilton Grove Road
London, Ontario
N6A 4K3
(519) 681-2140 phone
(519) 681-2156 fax

SAINT-JACQUES PLANT
247, rue St-Jacques
Saint-Jacques-de-Montcalm
Quebec
J0K 2R0
(450) 839-2655 phone
(450) 839-7559 fax

SAINT-JOSEPH PLANT
1245, boul.Lavoisier
Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec
G0S 2V0
(418) 397-5746 phone
(418) 397 4326 fax

SAINT LAURENT PLANT DISTRIBUTION CENTRE & SALES OFFICE
6665 chemin Saint Francois
Saint-Laurent, Quebec
H4S 1B6
(514) 337-2624 phone
(514) 337-7886 fax

SASKATOON SALES OFFICE
611 -47th Street East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 5G5
(306) 933-4664 phone
(306) 934-2020 fax

ST-JOHN’S, NEWFOUNDLAND SALES OFFICE & DISTRIBUTION CENTRE
16 Becklin
Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
A1N 5B8
(709) 747-7473 phone
(866) 473–9462 toll-free
(709) 368-9111 fax

WINNIPEG SALES OFFICE
2081 Logan Avenue West
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2R 0J1
(204) 633-3111 phone
(204 633-3075 fax