Wastewater Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) services involve the use of specialized cameras and equipment to inspect and monitor the condition of underground sewer and wastewater systems. These systems are designed to capture high-resolution video footage of the interior of pipes, drains, and other wastewater infrastructure, enabling experts to assess the overall condition, identify blockages, leaks, corrosion, and other issues. The recorded video is then analyzed to determine necessary maintenance and repair actions, allowing municipalities, utility companies, and environmental agencies to efficiently manage and improve their wastewater networks, thereby reducing the risk of system failures and environmental contamination.

Hydro Excavation

 Hydro excavation is a non-destructive, precise excavation method that combines high-pressure water and a powerful vacuum system to safely and efficiently excavate soil, debris, or other materials from the ground. This technique is commonly used in construction and utility maintenance to expose buried utilities, create trenches, or dig holes without causing damage to underground infrastructure. By using pressurized water to break up the soil and then immediately extracting the resulting slurry with a vacuum, hydro excavation minimizes the risk of accidents, reduces environmental impact, and offers a more accurate and controlled excavation process compared to traditional mechanical digging methods.


Wastewater robotics refers to the application of robotic technology in the field of wastewater management and maintenance. These robots are designed to perform a range of tasks within wastewater systems, including inspection, cleaning, repair, and data collection. Equipped with advanced sensors, cameras, and manipulation tools, wastewater robots can navigate through pipes, tanks, and other confined spaces, providing real-time visual feedback and collecting valuable data about the condition of the infrastructure. These robotic solutions enhance the efficiency and safety of wastewater operations by minimizing the need for human entry into hazardous environments, enabling more precise maintenance interventions, and improving the overall management of wastewater networks.


Large Diameter Pipe Cleaning

Large diameter pipe cleaning involves the removal of debris, sediment, and obstructions from significant-sized sewer or drainage pipes. This process employs specialized cleaning equipment such as high-pressure water jets and mechanical cleaning tools to dislodge and flush out accumulated materials within the pipes. The cleaning operation aims to restore the pipes’ optimal flow capacity, prevent blockages and backups, and ensure the efficient conveyance of wastewater. Regular maintenance of large diameter pipes is crucial for preventing system overflows, reducing the risk of environmental contamination, and maintaining the overall functionality of wastewater infrastructure.


Dam & Levy Inspections

Dam and levee inspections involve the systematic examination of pipes integrated within or adjacent to dams and levees to ensure their structural integrity and functionality. These inspections are vital to identify signs of deterioration, corrosion, leaks, and blockages that could compromise the overall stability and safety of the dam or levee system. Specialized equipment, such as remote-operated vehicles or robotic cameras, may be used to access and navigate through these pipes, providing visual assessments and data collection. Regular inspections contribute to early issue detection, informed maintenance decisions, and effective risk management, safeguarding against potential breaches and ensuring the reliable performance of these critical infrastructure components.

Trenchless Pipe Repair

Trenchless pipe repair refers to a set of innovative techniques for fixing damaged or deteriorating underground pipes without the need for extensive excavation or trenching. Instead of traditional methods that involve digging up the entire length of the pipe, trenchless repair methods utilize advanced technologies such as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, pipe bursting, and horizontal directional drilling. These methods allow for the insertion of new pipes or liners within the existing damaged pipe, effectively rehabilitating it from the inside. Trenchless pipe repair minimizes disruption to the surrounding environment, reduces costs, and accelerates the repair process while maintaining the functionality and longevity of the underground infrastructure.

Septic Installations

Septic system installations involve the process of designing and setting up on-site wastewater treatment systems for properties that lack connection to a centralized sewer system. This entails excavating the ground to create a septic tank and drainfield configuration suited to the property’s soil type and size. The septic tank receives and separates wastewater into layers, allowing solids to settle and liquids to flow into the drainfield for further filtration and absorption into the soil. Proper installation is crucial for effective waste treatment and prevention of environmental contamination. It requires adherence to local regulations, soil testing, tank sizing, and meticulous construction to ensure the safe disposal of wastewater and the long-term functionality of the septic system.