Inflow and infiltration (I&I) issues cost sewage treatment plants millions of dollars every year. Wouldn’t it be great to have a clear list of pipes with cracks, tree roots, and cross-bores in order to prioritize repairs? There is so much to be learned from visual inspection data. It provides great immediate information, but can also be helpful in recognizing future issues.

Visual inspections of sewer lines are done for two reasons — 1) To identify and fix a problem that has suddenly created an emergency; and 2) As part of routine maintenance, in order to avoid a sudden emergency down the road. Either way, easy access to sewer inspection CCTV footage is crucial to provide baseline history to closely monitor the integrity of a system.

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