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There is a current world report making its rounds stating that the planet is facing a mounting and “invisible” water pollution crisis. The report claims the issue is responsible for a one-third reduction in potential economic growth in the most heavily affected areas. The study, which assembled the world’s largest database of water pollution, assesses how a combination of bacteria, sewage, chemicals, and plastics suck oxygen from water supplies and transform water into poison for people and ecosystems. Because of the huge number of different pollutants in our...

There are typically four steps to a successful CIPP project: inspect line, clean the line, assess then repair. Updated and new technology – crawler robots – are used to inspect these infrastructures, both before and after the project is complete. These underground cameras are necessary because municipalities, homeowners, business owners or private utilities need to know what is going on before using the CIPP method to repair. Throughout the last decade, the industry has seen a rise in the array of camera technologies: full-color, panoramic systems, LED lighting,...

Hidden underground, the pipe that connects your toilets to the public sewer lines is very easy to ignore — until there’s an issue with it. Fortunately, it’s often possible to spot and repair sewer problems before they lead to costly excavation and pipe replacement. As a homeowner, it’s a responsibility to pay attention to your sewer line. It can save time and money. There are five steps all homeowners should do to check on the sewer lines: inspect before you buy, check the sewer line regularly, beware...

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