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How Does Wastewater Treatment Work?

Wastewater treatment is a process used to remove contaminants from wastewater and convert it into a product that can be returned to the water cycle. The treatment process takes place in a wastewater treatment plant. There are two wastewater treatment plants namely...

What is Stormwater Management and why is it Important?

What is Stormwater? Stormwater is water from rain, melting snow and ice. Stormwater can seep into the soil. It can also be held on the surface and evaporate. Lastly stormwater can run off and end up in a nearby stream, river, or other body of water. Before land is...

What is the difference between Septic and Sewer?

Septic vs Sewer: What's The Difference? Whenever a toilet is flushed, or hands are washed in buildings and residential properties drainage systems is used. These drainage systems are what makes wastewater disappear. Drainage systems help make so may functions in daily...

How Much Do You Know About Sinkholes? Quiz Yourself….

Sinkholes occur when the surface layer of ground collapses. They pose major safety risks and cause hundreds of millions of dollars worth of damage every year. The first step in preventing a sinkhole caused by leaking pipes is developing a strong sewer inspection...

Municipal Sewer Cleaning: An Overview

Sewer cleaning explained Municipal sewer cleaning is an important way to keep communities hygienic. Here’s how it works. Communities depends on sanitary conditions to maintain health and safety. An everyday part of keeping a hygienic environment is the sewage system....

The Strangest Place I’ve Deployed My ROVVER X

Oh, The Places ROVVER X Sewer Inspection Crawler Will Go! Over the years, our customers have sent their ROVVER Xs to some unlikely places. They’ve ventured up mountains and through malls, into swamps and underneath hospitals, and launched their crawlers off every...

Pop Quiz: Test Your Sewer History Knowledge

Do you consider yourself a sewer systems historian? Do you know when the first sewers were constructed? How about where? Test your knowledge with this quiz to see if you’re a sewer history MVP Take the Quiz Now! Contact us for more info on Wincan sewer inspection...

Culverts: An Invisible Infrastructure That Demands Visual Inspection

Culverts are a critical asset that facilitate drainage and provide pathways for water to flow under roadbeds. Their purposes are to prevent roadway flooding, reduce erosion, and prevent roadway maintenance problems. More visible infrastructure such as pavement,...

Pop Quiz: Test Your Inflow and Infiltration Knowledge

Do you consider yourself an inflow and infiltration pro? Can you tell the difference between inflow, infiltration and exfiltration? What are the best ways to detect I&I in your collection system? Test your knowledge with this quiz: https://hubs.ly/H0R256t0 Contact...

Sewer Laterals Explained

A private sewer lateral (PSL) is the pipe that connects a home or business’ plumbing to the publicly owned sanitary sewer main line, usually located under the street. This essential pipe carries all the wastewater from a home or business to the sewer main. This...
How Does Wastewater Treatment Work?

How Does Wastewater Treatment Work?

Wastewater treatment is a process used to remove contaminants from wastewater and convert it into a product that can be returned to the water cycle. The treatment process takes place in a wastewater treatment plant. There are two wastewater treatment plants namely...

What is Stormwater Management and why is it Important?

What is Stormwater Management and why is it Important?

What is Stormwater? Stormwater is water from rain, melting snow and ice. Stormwater can seep into the soil. It can also be held on the surface and evaporate. Lastly stormwater can run off and end up in a nearby stream, river, or other body of water. Before land is...

What is the difference between Septic and Sewer?

What is the difference between Septic and Sewer?

Septic vs Sewer: What's The Difference? Whenever a toilet is flushed, or hands are washed in buildings and residential properties drainage systems is used. These drainage systems are what makes wastewater disappear. Drainage systems help make so may functions in daily...

How Much Do You Know About Sinkholes? Quiz Yourself….

How Much Do You Know About Sinkholes? Quiz Yourself….

Sinkholes occur when the surface layer of ground collapses. They pose major safety risks and cause hundreds of millions of dollars worth of damage every year. The first step in preventing a sinkhole caused by leaking pipes is developing a strong sewer inspection...

Municipal Sewer Cleaning: An Overview

Municipal Sewer Cleaning: An Overview

Sewer cleaning explained Municipal sewer cleaning is an important way to keep communities hygienic. Here’s how it works. Communities depends on sanitary conditions to maintain health and safety. An everyday part of keeping a hygienic environment is the sewage system....

The Strangest Place I’ve Deployed My ROVVER X

The Strangest Place I’ve Deployed My ROVVER X

Oh, The Places ROVVER X Sewer Inspection Crawler Will Go! Over the years, our customers have sent their ROVVER Xs to some unlikely places. They’ve ventured up mountains and through malls, into swamps and underneath hospitals, and launched their crawlers off every...

Pop Quiz: Test Your Sewer History Knowledge

Pop Quiz: Test Your Sewer History Knowledge

Do you consider yourself a sewer systems historian? Do you know when the first sewers were constructed? How about where? Test your knowledge with this quiz to see if you’re a sewer history MVP Take the Quiz Now! Contact us for more info on Wincan sewer inspection...

Pop Quiz: Test Your Inflow and Infiltration Knowledge

Pop Quiz: Test Your Inflow and Infiltration Knowledge

Do you consider yourself an inflow and infiltration pro? Can you tell the difference between inflow, infiltration and exfiltration? What are the best ways to detect I&I in your collection system? Test your knowledge with this quiz: https://hubs.ly/H0R256t0 Contact...

Sewer Laterals Explained

Sewer Laterals Explained

A private sewer lateral (PSL) is the pipe that connects a home or business’ plumbing to the publicly owned sanitary sewer main line, usually located under the street. This essential pipe carries all the wastewater from a home or business to the sewer main. This...

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