PJA chairman Sean Martin, of Murphy, said the original guidance was published several years ago and had been a key source document to the trenchless industry, predominantly in the UK, but also as a reference document around the world.

“The latest version reflects changes in UK regulation and equipment capabilities and supports the association’s dedication to providing best practice guidance for the cost effective and environmentally sensitive installation of underground utility services,” he said.

The new document along with other free to access resources can be viewed at https://www.pipejacking.org/publications