Since 2013 a battery of Weho tanks has helped to provide drinking water for the guests of the East European Congress and Sports Centre Arłamów in southeast Poland.
In 2007 in Szczecin, a series of record-breaking in the European scale number of crossings of a high dimension PEHD pipeline under a water obstacle made with a horizontal drilling method was completed in Szczecin.
September 2018 saw the launch of the project for a stormwater drainage system in Rzeszów, almost 26 kilometres long, in the residential District of Budziwój, which partially coincides with the floodplain of the River Wisłok. One of the elements of this system is the retention canal. The project, scheduled for delivery by May 2020, will help to finally solve flooding problems which have been plaguing the residents of this region of Poland.
To ensure failure-free operation of a raw water system, a polyethylene-made pipeline (PEHD) with a length of approximately 9 km was installed (in mining damage conditions), of which 3 km uses the trenchless technique – relining.
WehoSlurry polyethylene pipes with an additional, internal slurry layer, provided an optimum solution for hydrotransporting ash to the Bełchatów Power Plant’s disposal site.
Rapid action was critical when a sewage collector broke in Warsaw, Poland, causing a massive waste spill into the Vistula River. Uponor Infra’s crew worked 24 hours a day in order to stop the pollution of the river. A temporary pipeline was produced, delivered and connected in just eight days.