Denton Incorporates Star Treatment for Sewer System

Oct 27

Denton Incorporates Star Treatment for Sewer System

The sewer system serving the City of Denton is being made over with an enhanced treatment program. The City’s Utility department has been growing and implementing a better approach to the maintenance of those systems in disrepair while simultaneously getting a handle on some of those growing pains. Sophisticated software and attentive deployment of manpower get the credit. Denton’s growth required the city to begin replacing existing sewer pipe with larger-diameter lines.  Officials began developing a master plan to identify pipe requirements for adequate capacity in response to increased demand. The task began with putting in more than 80 data points for every sewer line in the system. Each line was then graded on a scale from 1 to 100 for the priority of correcting problems that could lead to failure: the higher the number, the higher the priority. After completing those ratings, Denton followed up by using the information to organize its sewer line cleaning program into one, five, and 10-year cleaning cycles. Recently installed PVC lines in a new subdivision were put on a 10-year cleaning and inspection program. Smaller lines in older parts of the community, put on a five-year schedule. Lines deemed to be at the greatest risk, as well as lines serving high-volume sources like restaurants or apartment complexes, are scheduled to be checked annually.  Denton also changed its approach to CCTV inspection, again based on the priority rankings. Denton’s asset management program has grown so robust it even includes trees. At the University of North Texas, located in the city, researchers have mapped Denton’s tree canopy using satellite imagery. Because of Denton’s use of technology and equipment Denton has cut wet-weather overflow volume by 99.5 percent, and instances of choked sewer mains – whether from roots, clogs or other problems- have fallen by as much as 94...

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Don’t Drink The Water!

Aug 26

Don’t Drink The Water!

Dallas, will be under a boil water order at least through Wednesday or until results of the latest water quality tests are released, which will determine whether the order is lifted or extended. Dallas, the boil water notice was issued after the demand for water exceeded the water treatment system’s capacity which increased the chance of harmful bacteria getting into the drinking water. To kill the bacteria, boil your tap water for two minutes. The city is also urging residents and businesses to cut back on water. The water situation has caused some restaurants in Dallas to close their doors, and required bottled water to be delivered to schools on the first day of classes Monday. Dallas, when was the last time you had your sewer pipelining checked for cracks or breaks, sewage can make its way to your drinking water supply. Urge your municipalities to also get checked. Call Perma-Liner at 866-336-2568 or visit our website for more...

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Steady Storms Bring Sewage Back Ups

Aug 21

Steady Storms Bring Sewage Back Ups

Dallas, strong storms over the weekend brought us power outages, flooding and sewer backups! Talk about a rough weekend! If you are dealing with sewage in your home and broken or cracked sewer pipes call Perma-Liner, we are a cost effective and earth friendly approach to digging. Dallas, our toll free number is 866-336-2568 or visit our website...

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Be Prepared For The Smoke Treatment

Aug 14

Be Prepared For The Smoke Treatment

Dallas, liquid smoke is pushed with a fan through an open manhole, alerting the employees to a potential problem when they see the smoke arise. Some citizens may notice smoke blowing through lines in their homes, as well as showers and sinks. The smoke is not toxic and is safe for children and pets. When it rains, the water can enter the broken areas of the sewer lines, mixing in with the actual waste water. The combined water is then treated at the Water Reclamation Facility, forcing Dallas to pay for the treatment of both the waste and the rain water, which increase spending. If you are one of the citizens of Dallas that needs to repair or rehab your sewer pipes call Perma-Liner, our “trenchless technology” is easy on infrastructure, time, and your wallet! Our toll free number is 866-336-2568 and visit our...

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Are You Overlooking Something?

Jul 31

Are You Overlooking Something?

Dallas, we are a growing city with great natural beauty. What if it was threatened by raw sewage? Like for instance, tons of it. Before buying or selling a house make sure to have a sewer maintenance exam performed. Dallas, this could save you thousands of dollars down the road. Perma-Liner is a trenchless company that cares about the environment our products are earth friendly and we have a product we can proudly stand by. Call Perma-Liner today with any questions or concerns about your sewer pipe lining. Our friendly courteous staff is waiting to take your call 866-336-2568 or visit our website...

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Need a Trenchless Installer For Your Pipe-Lining Needs?

Jul 25

Need a Trenchless Installer For Your Pipe-Lining Needs?

Dallas, Perma-Liner Certified Installers are here to go to work for you with a variety of products that are exclusive to Perma-Liner. To experience trenchless technology at its finest Dallas, call  Perma-Liner toll free at 866-336-2568 or visit our website at www.perma-liner.com.  ...

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