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Inspections Using Sewer Cameras Can Help Your Community Avoid Backup

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Have you ever wondered where the wastewater produced by each home in your neighborhood ends up after being flushed or drained? What do you think would happen if suddenly this wastewater backs up into your home or onto the streets?

Pipes of various sizes run behind your walls, underneath your property, and into the community drainage and sewage system. They are responsible for conveying dirty water, including sewage materials, away from residential and commercial spaces. Without them, your home is under threat from diseases caused by sanitation issues.

Because the sewage system is located underground, it’s not easy to monitor its condition. While your local government may be sending out people to inspect each sewer line every once in a while, there’s no guarantee that the system is safe from potential damage, clogging, or leak, which can wreak havoc on your neighborhood and leave thousands of dollars in damage to residential and commercial properties. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2w9hjUz

Signs You Need to Use a Push Camera Inspection System Before a Clean

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Each time your business takes on a sewer or drain cleaning job, your first priority will be ensuring safe working conditions. That means taking precautions, and sometimes extra steps, in the cleaning process. Sewer cameras are a great piece of safety equipment that give you information about the environment you’ll be working in. While it’s not always necessary for you to use a push camera inspection system, here are some of the signs to look out for that suggest you should.

An Overflowing Drain or Sewer

If the pipes you need to unblock are overflowing with sewage, sludge or grease, you aren’t going to have a clear picture of the situation. As the line of sight is obscured, you won’t know where the cause of blockage is and how large it is, which means you could use the wrong cleaning equipment to tackle it. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ro47vT

Why Sewer Cameras are Vital for Safer and Easier Sewer Inspections

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Working in the sewer cleaning business can sometimes be a hazardous job. Business owners can do many things to ensure their safety, that of their staff, and the public when cleaning sewers, and one of the most simplest ways to improve safety is to use sewer cameras. Sewer cameras allow you to examine at a distance first, rather than inspecting hazardous sites personally. This makes the work more efficient and cost-effective, as well as less risky for all involved. Here’s how a camera system can make cleaning sewers safer and easier.

Smaller Pipes

There are some pipes that a worker could never fit into, as they are too small or bendy. Using a push camera inspection system, which can be maneuvered around pipe bends if necessary, technicians can examine the internal surfaces of even very small pipes. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2kYdrUa