Inland Waters Inc.

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Services List

  • Line Cleaning - 2" - 102"
  • Video Inspection
  • PACP Certified Technicians
  • High Power Vacuum Trucks
  • Digest tank Cleaning
  • Tank / Pit Cleaning
  • Aeration Tanks
  • Grit Chambers
  • Lift Stations
  • Manhole Rehabilitation
  • Pressure Grouting
  • Specialty Cutting & De-Scaling
  • Landfills & Leachate Collections
  • Soil / Groundwater Remediation
  • Lagoon Closures
  • Filtration / Solidification
  • UST / UICC
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Vacuum Excavation

Vacuum trucks are an essential industrial cleaning necessity. Inland Waters Services has a specialty in industrial grade cleaning; because of this need we harbor a top of the line crew and a fleet within our company of high grade vacuum vehicles that are meticulously maintained for wet or dry removal. This specialized equipment removes debris from hydro-blast cleaning; and this cleanly and safely collects contaminated ground cover, waste water or sewage that can be potentially harmful.

Main Line & Lateral Grouting

If there are signs of infiltration even when a pipeline is structurally sound, grouting may be the solution to your problem. The equipment is pulled into a pipeline by settling over a man whole. In the pipeline we can pressure check and grout where the pressure test may fail. There are varying sizes of pipeline able to be grouted, ranging from 6” to 48” with very little equipment. This is a very cost effective method and still does not disrupt the service to the mainline or lateral. Our systems are designed for continuous operations, and reliable a and maintainable pipeline.


Sewer Pipe Cleaning

The main intent of sewer line cleaning is to remove foreign materials or excess waste in order to restore the sewer to a minimum of 95% of the original carrying capacity. This process also maintains the overall cleanliness of the sewer itself. The tools required for this process include: Hydraulically Propelled equipment in order to ensure the removal of grease and prevent flooding, High- Velocity Jet (hydro cleaning) equipment in order to properly scour manholes, mechanically powered equipment powerful enough to ensure efficiency, as well as large diameter cleaning to ensure the removal of solid waste. Root removal will be put into action when necessary, and Chemical root treatment may also be used when needed. Cleaning precautions must always be taken.

Digital Inspections

By using the latest in technological equipment in CC-Television and reporting methods, we can present unparalleled quality, flexibility and reliability in sewer inspection. Trouble hot spots, such as cracked or broken tiles, offset joints, and blockages are swiftly and precisely situated without excavation. Our software produces the most refined - yet user friendly data collection, analysis, reporting and archiving. With this technology, Inland Waters can offer you the most inclusive reporting possible, including: Data Collection Video Picture Capture Video Sequence Capture Manhole Inspection Reporting Data Importing & Exporting Text Insertion



Cured In Place Pipe Spot Repair and Reinstatement

Inland Waters cured in place pipe or, “CIPP” lining is composed of an epoxy- based, impregnated polyurethane-coated tubing and is installed by our well qualified and experienced technicians, by using the latest in trenchless, “pull in, inflate and cure” techniques. This is used for repairs of sectional pipe and can restructure pipe segments from 6 inches to 3 feet in diameter, along with 1 to 30 feet in length.

Inland Waters methods strongly exceed the standards of the ASTM minimum strength requirements, and the epoxies used can be altered for each individual need. With all of the advantages of full-length cured-in-place pipe relining, cured-in-place Spot Repairs can offer you a very cost effective method of repairing short sections of pipe with no excavation required. Repairs can range in diameter from 4" to 54". By overlapping individual spot repairs, the length of the repair can be customized to meet your specific needs.

Lateral Reinstatement and Lateral Inspection

Lateral or service connections can add a great challenge when working with any CIPP lining project. At the time the CIPP liner is installed, lateral connections are enclosed by the CIPP liner and normal drainage service is not available for use by residential or business property. A liner can cause initial inconveniences, but is much less abrasive of a technique than a large dig and replacement excavation. Residents and businesses alike are notified in more than adequate frequency in advance to any CIPP liner instillation, to minimize any change of issues. Special arrangements can be prepared to help make ease for businesses wherever possible, such as off hours installations or even individual separate bypass systems.

Lateral inspection with our CIPP services will help find issues that are often neglected in the plumbing of homes and businesses. Grease, cracks, roots and offset joints can congest normal sewage flow. This issue, if not resolved can cause more serious and costly damage if not tended to in a timely manner. By using our inspection services, these burdens can be avoided.



Hydro Excavation

The process of Hydro Excavation is the only non-destructive method of digging, utilizes pressurized water and a vacuum system to quickly and safely expose underground infrastructure.

During the hydrovac process, pressurized water is injected into the ground through a handheld wand. As the soil cover is liquefied, the resulting slurry is simultaneously extracted by a powerful vacuum and stored in a HydroVac Excavating tank onboard.

Hydrovacs can dig effectively in all soil types, including clay, and with the aid of onboard heaters, hydrovacs provide a safe means of digging in frozen ground. Inland Waters powerful hydrovac systems can excavate up to 60' deep and at distances of 600' from the truck, enabling work to be done in areas of limited access.

Manhole Rehabilitation

Inland Waters manhole rehabilitation services can solve all of your manhole infiltration/inflow problems; bringing your structures to excellent condition in less time than it would take to replace them and for a fraction of the cost.

Our crew uses a wide range of epoxies to meet your exact requirements. These high grade products can be sprayed or troweled on to successfully achieve a wet-film and thickness on vertical or overhanging surfaces without sagging. They are customizable to meet specific flexural modulus and strength, cure fast even under water, and provide heavy duty corrosion resistance where high concentrations of hydrogen sulfide, sulfuric acid, sodium hydroxide, hydrocarbons and an array of other chemicals are present.

We also treat cementitious manhole rehabilitation using products that are mixed specifically for every individual job. These unique, heavy-duty formulas allow a monolithic one pass spray application that helps restore the structural integrity to deteriorating manholes and provide a permanent seal against corrosion, infiltration and exfiltration.




Waste Water Treatment Plant

Wastewater treatment, is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and sewage. It includes physical, chemical, and biological processes to remove physical, chemical and biological contaminants. Its objective is to produce an environmentally-safe fluid waste stream and a solid waste suitable for disposal or reuse.

Head Work's: Raw wastewater delivered from the collection system to the treatment plant is first received at the headworks facility. It is called this because it is at the head of the plant. At the headwork's five primary functions are performed: sampling, flow measurement, chemical addition, screening, and grit removal. Some refer to the headwork's as a pretreatment facility because no biological treatment occurs. Its purpose is to condition the wastewater for treatment through the processes of screening and grit removal.

Clarifiers: Clarifiers are used as part of a wastewater treatment system for solids settling, clarifiers are constructed of carbon steel with coal tar epoxy lining on the inside, and epoxy coating on the exterior. The internal plate pack is set at 60% for optimum settling and is constructed of a epoxy-coated steel shell with plastic plates. Clarification is the oldest and most widely used operation in the effective treatment of wastewater. The operation consists of removing sediment, turbidity and floating material from raw wastewater.

Septage Management: Disposing of septage in the United States is becoming an increasing problem as people build homes outside of city sewer systems. Septage waste can be transported to local waste water treatment centers, used by farmers for fertilizer, or stored in large septage waste storage facilities for later treatment or use on crops. Inland Waters can assist you in the following: septic systems, on-lot sewage disposal systems, on-site sewage disposal systems, individual wastewater treatment systems, anaerobic treatment tanks, aerobic treatment tanks, cesspools, seepage pits, septics, seepage beds, trench systems, elevated sand mounds, drip irrigation systems, recirculating sand filters, holding tanks, privies, septic inspections, onlot wastewater treatment system inspection, grease traps, grease pits, system maintenance, chlorinators, UV lamps and all related issues.


Digester Tank Cleaning

Our company has years of experience bringing slow, overloaded digester tanks back to full operating capacity.

Overloading, lack of oxidation time, loss of gas recovery, or crustacea, grit and garbage, can cause a wastewater digester tank to function improperly or not at all. When this occurs, immediate and thorough cleaning is required.

Our trained and experienced staff here at Inland Waters are sent out with all of the necessary equipment to quickly and safely remove all organic and inorganic materials that interfere with the proper operation of the digester tank.




Landfill Leachate Treatment, Maintenance & Care

Landfill leachate is generated from liquids existing in the waste as it enters the landfill or from rainwater that passes through the waste within the facility. The leachate consists of different organic and inorganic compounds that may be either dissolved or suspended. An important part of maintaining a landfill is managing the leachate through proper treatment methods designed to prevent pollution into surrounding ground and surface waters.