Wastewater is liquid waste including sewerage that is discharged from businesses and homes and is not fit for human consumption or could contaminate or damage existing potable water supplies. Wastewater from a home comes from soaps, human waste, fats, oils, greases, food remnants, and other items that may get into the sewer system. Typically, modern wastewater collection networks which collect industrial and domestic waste are on a completely separate collection network to storm water collection networks. We are fully certified when it comes to dealing with waste water sewer systems.
Negative Effects of Leaking Waste Water Piping Networks
Leakage on wastewater or storm water collection networks can cause serious environmental damage due to uncontrolled release of wastewater to the surrounding environment. in addition to this broken or leaking wastewater piping networks can allow infiltration of storm water into the network resulting in overloaded networks and treatment plants. The vast majority of leaking or of breakage in piping networks occurs at fittings or joints due to incorrect materials or improper installation. Blueline Testing ensure the highest level of quality is achieved when installing or repairing piping networks.
Blueline Testing provides a full range of piping testing services and installation inspections to give the client full assurance that the installation is been performed to the required specification.