Monthly Archives: October 2016

Sewer Cleaning Tools Help City Administrators Manage Wastewater Lines


To say that the sewage system is one of the most important inventions in human history is no understatement. Though people take this convenience for granted, it’s hard to overstate the importance of having an effective and efficient system of carrying away wastewater.

Municipal officials, for one, are well aware of the importance of such facilities, without which the safety of residents is at risk. Likewise, administrators also know that maintaining the vast, complex systems of underground sewer lines is no small task. Read more from this blog:
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Push Camera Inspection Systems Make Sewage Maintenance Much Safer


For most people, flushing something down the drain is the end of the story. For sewer inspectors, however, this is just the beginning.

Indeed, the stuff people flush away or run through their garbage disposal all ends up in the sewage system. While most of this debris is harmless, certain items, such as diapers, oil, and grease, can cause considerable sewer line blockage. If such problems aren’t dealt with in a timely manner, problems such as sewage overflow and even damage to the pipes themselves can ensue.

As any city administrator knows, this is where sewer inspectors save the day. By constantly checking the functionality and integrity of the sewer system, they help prevent major problems from arising. Read more from this blog:
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Used Street Sweepers Help Solve Stormwater Runoff Problems in Cities


If you’re a city administrator, you know that stormwater runoff is one of the biggest threats to your district’s water safety. A huge part of this dilemma is the fact that residents don’t always know they’re contributing to the problem. For them, washing a car or watering a lawn is just another weekend task, unaware that the runoff water may contain harmful chemicals that can pollute nearby water bodies.

Furthermore, sometimes it’s not just homeowners who contribute to a stormwater runoff problem. A sudden downpour can send debris and other pollutants present on the streets straight into the sewer system. Read more from this blog:
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