• Cities in Georgia, including Atlanta and surrounding suburbs, are working toward a better future for the underground sewer system. Currently, there are many state-of-the-art developments in wastewater treatments, storm water and collection systems. Atlanta is working to alleviate the millions of gal

  • The city of Atlanta has been dealing with tree roots, as have other cities within the area. Roots can build up inside the sewer system and cause clogs and problematic backups. These clogs can interfere with the daily use of your fixtures. Fortunately, there are...

  • DeKalb County recently completed 400 miles of sewer pipe smoke testing and identified public and private lines in need of repair. The smoke testing of sewer lines is one type of required assessment outlined in the federal Consent mandate which was imposed over five years...

  • Undoubtedly, you are still enjoying the many highlights that this time of year brings, but as the glory days of summer begin to wane, no worries! We’ve got some exciting events scheduled for you and they’re coming up right around the corner. Mark your calendars...

  • Cities in and around Atlanta are getting with the program. The sewer and water line warranty program. Fulton County is now offering homeowners various options for coverage to sewer lines that can potentially leak and become problematic.  It is almost always unexpected and never timely...

  • Atlanta’s Emory University is a private institution that was founded in 1836. The University has ranked in the 2016 edition of Best Colleges and National Universities.  The University is committed to sustainable living on campus. Researching water treatment and supply has become a well-established i

  • The city of Atlanta has developed a plan to reduce stormwater runoff by up to 225 million gallons annually. With this strategy, stormwater runoff will be managed through a cost-effective grey and green infrastructure design, which will accelerate green space development in urban communities. Green..

  • Flooding and sewer overflows have been an ongoing problem for Atlanta’s Memorial Park for decades. City watershed management officials are now planning to spend about $400,000 over the next three to nine months to raise five manholes on a sewer line, through the park, by...

  • The city of Gainesville is working to efficiently address the problems arising from aging sewer pipes, and the costly road washouts that have been associated with this.  New state and federal water quality regulations have prompted the need for a self-sustaining fee program to pay...

  • The objective of this study was to characterize the climatology of extreme rainfall and flash flooding in Atlanta.  Nine urban watersheds in the Atlanta area were examined and found to exhibit a range of urban development and land-use characteristics. Flooding in Georgia is wide-ranging and...

  • Perma-Liner Industries cordially invites you to The UCT (Underground Construction Technology) conference right in your home town, Atlanta, Georgia! It’s taking place on February 3rd and 4th at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta and we want to see you there!  There will...

  • Atlanta will be hosting the annual Underground Construction Technology (UCT) Conference & Exhibition held at the Georgia World Congress Center in early February next year. The UCTA helps to develop educational sessions and workshops for the conference and organizes networking and recognition eve

  • Historic Fourth Ward Park is a 17-acre public park in the heart of the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. Located near downtown and adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine, the park is well positioned to serve neighborhood residents as well as visitors from around the city and...

  • This week the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the Captain Planet Foundation as a recipient of an Environmental Education (EE) Grant. The Atlanta-based non-profit was selected in the latest round of awards under the EE Grants Program.  The mission of the Captain Planet Foundation

  • The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management (DWM), in conjunction with Atlanta Beltline, Inc. (ABI), constructed a storm water detention pond in the Historic Fourth Ward Park that serves as a functional amenity for the surrounding community. The project was part of the Clear...

  • Union City is one of the most influential sub-markets in the southern region of the Metro-Atlanta area. There is an abundance of rich history in Union City that is illustrated through more than one hundred pictures and information found in a book- A Pictorial History:...

  • DeKalb County is in the process of implementing an infrastructure mapping system for the sewer system.   In accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency, the City is upgrading its underground infrastructure in an effort to reduce sanitary sewer overflows.  In doing this, the need to...

  • Many parts of the nation are experiencing heavier than usual rainfall.  This also means there is a better chance of sewer overflows and leaky pipelines. The City of Valdosta has had its share and is now undergoing a sewer overhaul.  Recently, the amount of rain...

  • The downtown area of Hiram has been busy with sewer construction. The City is in the process of installing an enhancement to the sewer system and lift station. The upgrade is expected to be completed at the end of November. The primary roadway affected is...

  • The City of Stockbridge is in need of Volunteers for a great project!  In an ongoing effort to help keep debris out of the storm drain, Stockbridge is giving the community a chance to participate and get the word out about environmental concerns.  The main...

Meet our Company

When sewers fail, you don’t have to dig and replace. Explore the world of Cured in Place Pipelining where trenchless zero-dig options are the new solution.

Perma-Liner™ (PLI) is the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment & materials in North America. Since 1999 PLI has developed systems to rehabilitate existing sewer systems without excavation.

Our experience in the CIPP (Cured-In-Place-Pipe) industry has allowed Perma-Liner™ to design, patent, and manufacture state of the art technology. Based on the design of the equipment and materials, PLI has the ability to offer compact “User Friendly” systems. Perma-Liner™ provides complete “Turn-Key” Trailer or Truck Build-Out Packages, Certification/Training, Technical Support, Marketing Support and Specification & Design Support.

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Perma-Liner Industries, Inc. was established in 1998 to provide plumbers, contractors and municipalities Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) systems in North America aimed specifically at the municipal / residential / commercial market and supported by a range of updated and newly developed “trenchless” repairing techniques.

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