The importance of sewer system condition assessments is hard to overstate. Communities depend on sewer systems to carry waste, runoff and pollutants away to a place of final treatment or disposal. Sewer assessment programs can help us better maintain the infrastructure responsible for this—and PACP plays a big role in making sure that’s done consistently.
Compared to crawler-only inspection, the Phased Assessment Strategy for Sewers (PASS) approach reduces assessment costs by roughly 34% and boosts productivity about 17%. This free, printable infographic can be used to understand the value of the PASS workflow and communicate it to your team.
Farmers across the U.S. have long relied on agricultural drain tile to keep cropland productive. Without the extensive drainage network that has been built up over the last century and a half, agricultural production just wouldn’t be possible at the scale it exists today.
Family-owned and -operated wastewater contracting company Green Bay Pipe & TV has grown consistently over the past 15 years. And owners Steve and Stephanie De Keyser hope to continue building on its success before passing it on to the next generation.
It takes more than just general maintenance and repairs to make a real impact on the inflow and infiltration (I&I) entering your sewer collection system. Without a strategic, proactive approach to evaluating and addressing the costly issue, it can feel like an uphill battle.
The wastewater industry is constantly evolving. New developments in technology show us faster and more accurate ways to complete maintenance work—and often with fewer resources. Through these advancements, we get a glimpse into what’s possible in the industry and what more can be learned from our systems underground.
Quality Pipe Cleaning Co. was already in the market for a new sewer inspection crawler that would offer more capability. So when the company secured a long-term contract with a municipality that was using equipment they had been eyeing, the decision became an easy one.
Leaning into government work allows wastewater contractors to increase job opportunities, diversify capabilities, and demonstrate expertise. If these are goals your contracting company has set for 2021, now is a great time to get started.
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