What is sewer televising?
Sewer televising is the act of using a robotic camera, typically sent down through a manhole, to inspect the city’s sewer system without the need for digging or excavation, saving time and money. Sewer televising can reveal blockages from debris or roots and show cracks, breaks or deterioration of a pipe. In order to ensure adequate camera access and visibility, each sewer is cleaned with jetted water prior to sewer televising .

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1. What do the numbers on the sidewalk mean?
2. Will I get notified if construction is going to block my street or driveway?
3. Parking is a problem on my street, what can I do?
4. Why does my street flood when it rains?!
5. Why is my water cloudy and/or rusty?
6. What does Engineering do?
7. Why do I have to pay for the city's sidewalk?
8. What is sewer televising?
9. How can I get rid of standing water in my yard?