It’s not just the roads and landscaping that you need to pay attention to in order to keep communities clean and safe. Underneath it all is a vast sewage system that must be kept in check and well maintained too.
Keeping neighborhoods and communities clean enough to ensure the health and safety of their residents requires efficient methods that only mechanized cleaning offers. At the same time, the methods and equipment used should not put an undue burden on a municipality’s budget.
Communities who would like to maintain a healthy and clean environment benefit most from the use of Vactor trucks. Municipalities, whether big or small, could use some help from professionals handy with the use of this particular equipment. However, there are certain economic and practical considerations that need to be factored in before... Read More
Up to 35% of sewer lines are jetted unnecessarily as part of scheduled cleaning and maintenance. Pre- and post-cleaning visual assessment is a valuable technique for assessing whether a line actually needs to be cleaned, and if so, for choosing the best cleaning strategy and gauging success. In a new, FREE white paper... Read More
When it comes to keeping a community safe and secure, it’s not just about locking things up and controlling access to guarantee privacy and prevention of theft. The state of citizens’ health and home valuations are of equal concern, one beginning at street level in the most literal sense.
There are about 470,000 plumbers in America right now, and the industry is projected to grow about 4% this year. This is hardly surprising, though. After all, how many people are willing to stoop over a clogged toilet bowl to fix it themselves?
Keeping your community clean is not just all about having a clean surface; what goes on underground is equally just as important. If you want to remove the threat of backflows, sewage overflows, or just general flooding because of sewage or drain clogs, then you might want to consider investing in vacuum trucks... Read More