CATT's Municipal Buried Infrastructure Survey

Tuesday, September 9, 2014
The Centre for Advancement of Trenchless Technology (CATT) is pleased to publish the results of the first Canadian Buried Infrastructure Survey. The survey highlights the critical issues for municipal water, wastewater and storm water buried infrastructure. It also sheds light on the mechanisms that municipalities contemplate to address budgetary shortfalls. Furthermore, the customers’ satisfaction levels for trenchless service providers are reported.

The new survey for fiscal 2014/15 is now available. The anonymous survey will take 10-15 minutes to complete. The collected data will be used in aggregate and no individual responses will be disclosed. Please feel free to forward it to your colleagues in water and wastewater operations, asset management and finance departments who can best fill the other required data. To ensure that CATT collects information from a wide variety of municipalities, they would appreciate if you could please forward link to those in other municipalities across Canada. 
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