Insituform Technologies, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides proprietary technologies and services for rehabilitating sewer, water, energy, and mining piping systems and the corrosion protection of industrial pipelines in North America and internationally. Its business activities include research and development, manufacturing, distribution, installation, coating and insulation, cathodic protection, and licensing. It offers Insituform CIPP Process for the rehabilitation of sewers, pipelines, and other conduits; iPlus Infusion Process, a trenchless method used for the rehabilitation of small-diameter sewer pipelines; iPlus Composite Process for the rehabilitation of large-diameter sewer pipelines; InsituMain System, a cured-in-place pipe solution for pressure pipes; InsituGuard, InsituFlex, and InsituFold Processes for rehabilitating transmission and distribution water mains using high-density polyethylene liners; and Thermopipe Lining System, a polyester-reinforced polyethylene lining system for the rehabilitation of distribution water mains. The company also provides iTAP Process, a robotic method for reinstating potable water service connections from inside a water main; Insituform RPP Process, a trenchless technology used for the rehabilitation of forced sewer mains and industrial pressure pipelines; Insituform PPL Process for the rehabilitation of drinking water and industrial pressure pipelines; and Sliplining, a method used to push or pull a new pipeline into an old one. Insituform Technologies’ other processes and products comprise Tite Liner process, Safetyliner Liner product, the Fusion-Bonded Epoxy process, InnerGard product, Enventure product, the Cathodic Protection Process, CorrFlex System, CorrSpray product, and Green Rectifier. The company was formerly known as Insituform of North America, Inc. and changed its name to Insituform Technologies, Inc. in 1992. Insituform Technologies was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Chesterfield, Missouri.