EVANSTON, Ill. — The worldwide cost of corrosion is an estimated $2.5 trillion dollars annually, according to NACE (AMPP) International (2016). The ability to properly classify the corrosivity of environmental conditions is crucial to managing asset life-cycle costs. Accurately assessing the environmental corrosion risk ensures that infrastructure owners can optimize their maintenance budgets, while improving safety and reliability. This can reduce risk and save owners of infrastructure millions of dollars per year. Read More