For both contractors and municipalities, there’s a lot that goes into running a successful wastewater maintenance operation. The precarious work requires vigor, patience and skill. It requires planning, organization and solutions-based mindsets. And it requires capable, productive equipment. Above all else, a successful wastewater operation needs a loyal team that’s committed to the work.
The wastewater industry was uncharted territory for Joseph Turley, an army veteran and president of PipeView Inspection Services, when he purchased the company in late 2018. But he and his brother, Justin Turley, were prepared to hit the ground running.
Celebrating 75 years of service in 2020, Ironhouse Sanitary District has a rich history in the eastern San Francisco Bay Area. Over the years, the District has watched small communities turn into incorporated cities, added nearby communities to its own service area, and seen substantial growth across the region.
As the name suggests, Integrity Inspection Solutions champions high ethical standards and an unwavering dedication to its customers. Founders Richard Mason and Cody Aberasturi started the wastewater contracting business in 2018.
“It’s been really well cared for and it’s just very durable inspection equipment,” says Ed Kovacs, collection maintenance manager and a 21-year veteran of the Authority. “It’s used frequently, yet has remained in great shape and made our job a lot easier over the years.”
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.
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.
The state of Pennsylvania and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) were placing intense pressure on Montgomery and Muncy boroughs, forcing them to make major changes and improvements to their aging and failing sewer infrastructure.
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