RAPID RESPONSE - NATIONWIDE SERVICE
Video Pipe Inspection (CCTV) is a professional sewer camera inspection service that helps you prevent problems by inspecting underground sewer lines and lateral pipelines. Our NASSCO certified technicians can locate clogs, investigate cross bores, find structural faults and damages, and conduct lateral sewer line inspections.
Sewer Lateral Inspection & Mapping
CROSS BORE PREVENTION & MITIGATION
Video Pipe Inspection Services Explained
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Utility Damage Stats
U.S. infrastructure stats
• Approximately 50% of annual expenditures, in the wastewater sector, go to operation and maintenance.
• There is roughly 1 million miles of potable water piping across the country. With many of these pipes having been installed in the early mid-20th century, it is no surprise that an estimated 240,000 and counting water mains break per year.
• Sanitary sewer overflows are due to blockages, line breaks, sewer defects that allow water to overload the system, lapses in sewer system operation and maintenance, power failures, inadequate sewer design, and vandalism. EPA estimates that there are at least 23,000 to 75,000 sanitary sewer overflows per year.
NASSCO is the National Association of Sewer Service Companies. NASSCO sets industry standards for assessing, maintaining, and rehabilitating underground infrastructure. All GPRS Project Managers are NASSCO trained and certified and provide NASSCO reports for our pipe inspections.www.nassco.org
The Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) is an international standard that has been used for many years as the assessment of pipelines, manholes, and laterals.
The NASSCO program for defect coding in lateral pipes. This program is the Lateral Assessment and Certification Program (LACP). This training addresses many fittings and access points that are unique to laterals.
The Manhole Assessment and Certification Program (MACP) provides training on the gathering of detailed information to fully document all defects, determine condition of the manhole, and provide the specific information needed to recommend corrective action.